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Is pea milk vegan?

Pea milk is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pea milk?

Pea milk is a plant-based milk alternative that has become increasingly popular in recent years. Made from yellow peas, it is a creamy and smooth beverage that is rich in protein, fiber, and other essential nutrients. Unlike dairy milk, pea milk is lactose-free, vegan-friendly, and contains no cholesterol or saturated fat. Its neutral taste makes it versatile and a great option for cooking and baking. Additionally, pea milk is environmentally friendly, as it requires less water and land to produce than traditional dairy milk. Try adding pea milk to your smoothies, coffee, or cereal for a nutritious and sustainable alternative.

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