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Is vadelmajauhe vegan?

Vadelmajauhe is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vadelmajauhe?

Vadelmajauhe is a Finnish term that refers to a powder made from raspberries. This high-quality ingredient is created by freeze-drying ripe raspberries and then grinding them into a fine powder, which captures the flavor and aroma of fresh raspberries. The resulting powder is a deep pink color and has a tart yet sweet taste that works well in a variety of recipes. Vadelmajauhe is a popular ingredient in Finnish baking, and it can be used to add raspberry flavor to cakes, cookies, and other desserts. It's also a great addition to smoothies, yogurt, and oatmeal, providing a burst of fruity flavor and nutrition.

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