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Are alholvas vegan?

Alholvas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is alholvas?

Alholvas, also known as fenugreek, is an herb commonly used in Indian, Middle Eastern, and North African cuisines. This versatile ingredient has a slightly sweet and nutty flavor, with a hint of bitterness. It is often used in spice blends, such as curry powder, and can be found in a variety of dishes including stews, soups, and vegetable dishes. Alholvas is also used in traditional medicine for its potential health benefits, such as improving digestion, reducing inflammation, and increasing milk production in nursing mothers. This superfood is a must-have in any kitchen, both for its unique flavor and potential health benefits.

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