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Is semi di lino vegan?

Semi di lino is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is semi di lino?

Semi di lino, also known as linseed, is a highly nutritious food ingredient derived from the flax plant. These small, flat, and oval-shaped seeds have a nutty flavor and a slightly crunchy texture. They are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and antioxidants, which make them a valuable addition to any diet. Semi di lino can be ground into a fine powder or used whole, and are commonly added to bread, cereals, salads, smoothies, and baked goods. Due to their nutritional benefits and versatility, semi di lino have become a popular ingredient among health-conscious consumers and chefs alike.

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