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Is alholva vegan?

Alholva is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is alholva?

Alholva, also known as fenugreek, is a highly nutritious ingredient commonly used in Indian, Middle Eastern, and North African cuisines. This herbaceous plant boasts a distinctive flavor, with hints of bitterness, nuttiness, and sweetness. The small, golden-colored seeds of alholva are often used in spice blends, curries, pickles, and breads, and are prized for their health benefits. Alholva is a rich source of protein, fiber, iron, and magnesium, and is known to promote digestion, lower blood sugar levels, and boost milk production in nursing mothers. With its unique taste and healthful properties, alholva is a versatile and valuable ingredient in any kitchen.

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