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Is unsweetened almond milk vegan?

Unsweetened almond milk is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is unsweetened almond milk?

Unsweetened almond milk is a plant-based, dairy-free beverage made by blending almonds with water and straining the mixture to remove solids. It has a mild, nutty flavor and a creamy texture that makes it a popular alternative to cow's milk. Almond milk is naturally low in calories and fat, but high in vitamins and minerals such as calcium, vitamin E and iron. It can be used as a substitute for dairy milk in recipes, smoothies, or enjoyed on its own as a refreshing drink. Unsweetened almond milk contains no added sugar, making it a great choice for those looking for a healthier option.

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