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Is pumpakärnor vegan?

Pumpakärnor is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pumpakärnor?

Pumpakärnor, also known as pumpkin seeds, are a nutritious and flavorful ingredient that are often used in cooking and baking. These small, flat seeds are typically found inside the fleshy interior of a pumpkin, and are a great source of protein, fiber, and healthy fats. Pumpakärnor have a slightly nutty and earthy flavor, making them a popular addition to salads, granolas, and other dishes. They also have a crunchy texture that can add a satisfying crunch to recipes. In addition to their culinary uses, pumpakärnor are also believed to have several health benefits, such as improving heart health and supporting the immune system.

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