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Is tigernut flour vegan?

Tigernut flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tigernut flour?

Tigernut flour is a versatile and nutrient-packed ingredient made from the small, tuberous roots of the plant cyperus esculentus - commonly known as chufa or tiger nuts. This gluten-free, nutty-flavored flour is high in fiber, iron, potassium, and other essential minerals, making it a great choice for health-conscious bakers or anyone with dietary restrictions. It can be used as a substitute for wheat flour in a variety of recipes, from bread and cakes to pancakes and pie crusts, adding a subtle sweetness and unique texture to your favorite dishes. Give tigernut flour a try and add a healthy twist to your baking!.

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