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Are févéroles vegan?

Févéroles is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is févéroles?

Févéroles, also known as fava beans or broad beans, are a nutrient-dense legume with a rich history dating back to ancient civilizations. These oval-shaped beans have a creamy texture and a nutty flavor that makes them a versatile ingredient in many dishes. Févéroles are an excellent source of protein, fiber, iron, and other essential nutrients, making them a great addition to vegan and vegetarian diets. They can be boiled, sautéed, roasted, or pureed into dips and spreads. In Mediterranean cuisine, fava beans are often paired with mint, lemon, and olive oil for a refreshing and healthy dish.

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