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Is son de ríz vegan?

Son de ríz is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is son de ríz?

"Son de ríz" is a Spanish term that translates to "root husks" in English. It refers to the fibrous outer layer of the root vegetables, such as cassava or yucca, that is typically discarded during food preparation. However, "son de ríz" is increasingly being recognized for its potential health benefits, including high fiber content, antioxidant properties, and potential prebiotic effects. This versatile ingredient can be used as a natural thickener for soups and stews or added to smoothies and baked goods to boost their nutritional value. Incorporating "son de ríz" into your diet is a simple way to add a nutritious and delicious twist to your favorite dishes.

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