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Is trocitos de pepitas de cacao vegan?

Trocitos de pepitas de cacao is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is trocitos de pepitas de cacao?

Trocitos de pepitas de cacao, also known as cocoa nibs, are small pieces of roasted cocoa beans that have been crushed or chopped. These crunchy, slightly bitter nuggets are a pure and natural source of chocolate flavor, packed with antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients. They can be used in a variety of sweet and savory recipes, from baked goods to salads and meat dishes, adding a satisfying texture and depth of flavor. Trocitos de pepitas de cacao are a delicious and versatile ingredient that can elevate any dish with a touch of decadent chocolate goodness.

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