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Is oluthiivahiutale vegan?

Oluthiivahiutale is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oluthiivahiutale?

Oluthiivahiutale is a unique and flavorful food ingredient that adds a touch of umami and texture to a variety of dishes. This Finnish word translates to "beer-marinated dried squid flakes," which captures the essence of its origin and preparation method. The dried squid is first marinated in beer, which imparts a slightly sweet and malty flavor, before being thinly sliced and dried to form delicate, crispy flakes. These oluthiivahiutale flakes are a popular topping for salads, rice bowls, and noodles, adding a savory crunch to any meal. Try adding oluthiivahiutale to your favorite dishes for a taste of Finnish cuisine with a modern twist.

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