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Is pasta di nocciole vegan?

Pasta di nocciole is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasta di nocciole?

Pasta di nocciole, also known as hazelnut paste, is a luscious, velvety ingredient that is rich in both texture and flavor. Made from finely ground roasted hazelnuts, this smooth paste is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of sweet and savory dishes. Its nutty, slightly sweet flavor pairs well with chocolate, fruits, and creamy cheeses, making it a popular ingredient in desserts and pastries. It can also be used as a spread or dip, or as a flavorful addition to dressings and sauces. Pasta di nocciole is a must-try for any food lover who wants to add depth and complexity to their dishes.

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