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Is baby kale vegan?

Baby kale is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is baby kale?

Baby kale is a tender and delicate leafy green that is a younger version of mature kale. It has a milder flavor than mature kale, making it a perfect choice for salads, smoothies, and other dishes where you want a subtle flavor. Baby kale is packed with vitamins A, C, and K, as well as fiber, calcium, and iron. It has a slightly sweet and nutty taste that pairs well with a variety of ingredients. Because it's so versatile, baby kale is a popular choice for health-conscious individuals who want to add more nutrient-rich greens to their diet.

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