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Is pasta de avela vegan?

Pasta de avela is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasta de avela?

Pasta de avela, also known as hazelnut spread, is a luxurious and decadent ingredient that adds rich nutty flavor to any dish. Made from finely ground roasted hazelnuts blended with sugar, cocoa powder, and sometimes oil, this velvety spread is perfect for spreading on bread, adding to smoothies or oatmeal, or using as a dip for fruit. It's a popular alternative to traditional chocolate spreads, and its natural sweetness and high healthy fat content make it a guilt-free indulgence. Whether you're a sweet tooth fanatic or just looking for a new way to elevate your cooking, pasta de avela is a delicious addition to your pantry.

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