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Is fenugreek vegan?

Fenugreek is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fenugreek?

Fenugreek is a versatile herb with a unique nutty flavor and a range of potential health benefits. It is a staple in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine and is commonly used as a spice in curries, stews, and chutneys. Fenugreek seeds and leaves are also used in traditional medicine to help regulate blood sugar levels, boost milk production in nursing mothers, and reduce inflammation. Additionally, fenugreek is high in fiber, protein, and iron, making it a nutritious addition to any diet. Whether used for culinary or medicinal purposes, fenugreek is a flavorful and beneficial ingredient to incorporate into your cooking routine.

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