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Is safloritiiviste vegan?

Safloritiiviste is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is safloritiiviste?

Safloritiiviste is a Finnish food ingredient that is also known as safflorite paste. It is made from the petals of safflower, a plant that is native to Asia and Africa. Safflower has been used for centuries as a natural dye and as a medicinal herb. Safloritiiviste is commonly used in Finnish cuisine for coloring and flavoring baked goods such as breads, buns, and pastries. It is high in antioxidants and is a good source of vitamin E, making it a healthy addition to any recipe. The bright yellow color of safloritiiviste adds a pop of color to dishes and makes them visually appealing to eat.

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