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Are lambs quarters vegan?

Lambs quarters is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lambs quarters?

Lambsquarters or Chenopodium album is a leafy green vegetable with a mild flavor and tender texture, known for its versatility in the kitchen. This wild edible plant grows abundantly in gardens, fields, and wastelands, and is rich in essential nutrients like vitamin A, C, calcium, and iron. Lambsquarters leaves can be used fresh in salads, stir-fries, and smoothies, or cooked as a side dish, soup, or pie filling. The young shoots and seeds are also edible and can be harvested throughout the growing season. With its delicate taste and health benefits, lambsquarters is a great option for anyone looking to add more variety and nutrition to their diet.

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