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Is semillas de soja vegan?

Semillas de soja is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is semillas de soja?

Semillas de soja, also known as soybeans, are small, oval-shaped legumes that are commonly used in many culinary dishes. They are native to East Asia, but have become a popular ingredient worldwide due to their high nutritional value and versatility in cooking. Soybeans are a great source of plant-based protein, fiber, iron, and other essential vitamins and minerals. They can be consumed in various forms such as tofu, soy milk, tempeh, and edamame, or used as a substitute for meat in vegetarian and vegan recipes. Semillas de soja can also be roasted, boiled, or ground into flour for use in baking and cooking.

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