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Is artichoke heart vegan?

Artichoke heart is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is artichoke heart?

Artichoke hearts are a delicious and unique ingredient that is often used in Mediterranean cuisine. They are the tender and meaty inner portion of the artichoke, which is harvested once the tough outer leaves are removed. Artichoke hearts have a subtle, slightly nutty flavor that pairs well with a variety of ingredients, including pasta, salads, and pizzas. They are also a great source of fiber and vitamins C and K, making them a healthy addition to any dish. Whether roasted, grilled, or sautéed, artichoke hearts add depth and complexity to any recipe, making them a versatile and flavorful ingredient to keep in your pantry.

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