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Is cetrioli vegan?

Cetrioli is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cetrioli?

Cetrioli, also known as cucumbers, are a refreshing and versatile ingredient commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine. These elongated, green vegetables are characterized by their crisp texture and mild, slightly sweet flavor. Cetrioli can be enjoyed raw or cooked, and are often used in salads, sandwiches, and dips. They are low in calories, high in water content, and a good source of vitamins and minerals. Cetrioli are also believed to have health benefits, including aiding in digestion and reducing inflammation. Whether sliced thinly in a refreshing salad or pickled for a tangy twist, cetrioli are a delicious and healthy addition to any dish.

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