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Is bell bean vegan?

Bell bean is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bell bean?

Bell beans, also known as fava beans or broad beans, are a nutritious and versatile legume that have been consumed for thousands of years. These flat, oval-shaped beans have a tender texture and a distinct earthy flavor with subtle nutty undertones. They are an excellent source of protein, fiber, iron, and folate, making them a popular ingredient in vegetarian and vegan diets. Bell beans can be enjoyed fresh, dried, or canned, and are commonly used in soups, stews, dips, salads, and spreads. In addition to their nutritional benefits, bell beans also play an important role in sustainable agriculture due to their ability to fix nitrogen in the soil.

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