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Is fave vegan?

Fave is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fave?

Fave, also known as broad beans, is a protein-rich legume that has been a staple in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine for centuries. These flat, oval-shaped beans have a slightly sweet, nutty flavor and a creamy texture that is perfect for soups, stews, dips, and salads. Fave is an excellent source of dietary fiber, folate, iron, and manganese, and contains significant amounts of vitamins B1, B2, and B6. This versatile ingredient can be enjoyed both fresh and dried, and is a popular ingredient in vegetarian and vegan diets. So, add some fave to your meals and experience the wholesome goodness of this delicious and nutritious legume.

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