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Are col de bruselas vegan?

Col de bruselas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is col de bruselas?

Col de Bruselas, also known as Brussels sprouts, are a cruciferous vegetable that resemble miniature cabbages. They are packed with nutrition and have a mild, nutty flavor that pairs well with a variety of dishes. These versatile vegetables can be roasted, sautéed, or even grilled to bring out their natural sweetness and enhance their texture. Col de Bruselas are a good source of vitamin C, vitamin K, and fiber, making them a great addition to any healthy diet. They can also be used as a low-carb substitute for potatoes in many recipes, making them a great option for those following a ketogenic or low-carb diet.

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