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Is semillas de calabaza vegan?

Semillas de calabaza is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is semillas de calabaza?

Semillas de calabaza, or pumpkin seeds, are a delicious and nutritious ingredient that has been used in traditional cuisine for centuries. These small, flat, and oval-shaped seeds have a slightly nutty and buttery flavor, making them perfect for snacking, baking, and cooking. They are a good source of protein, fiber, healthy fats, and various minerals like zinc, magnesium, and iron. Semillas de calabaza can be roasted, toasted, or ground into a powder and used as a topping for salads, soups, and stews, or as a base for sauces and dips. They also make a great addition to trail mixes and granolas.

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