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Are borrajas vegan?

Borrajas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is borrajas?

Borrajas, also known as borage leaves, are a nutritious and flavorful ingredient commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine. With a mild, slightly bitter taste, these dark green leaves can be cooked in stews or sautéed with garlic and olive oil to create a delicious side dish. Borrajas are rich in vitamins A and C, calcium, and potassium, making them a great addition to a healthy diet. They also have a long history of medicinal use, with some traditional remedies using the leaves to soothe respiratory issues and promote lactation. Overall, borrajas are a versatile and healthful ingredient that can add depth and nutrition to a variety of dishes.

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