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Is frühlingszwiebeln vegan?

Frühlingszwiebeln is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is frühlingszwiebeln?

Frühlingszwiebeln, also known as spring onions or scallions, are a type of vegetable that are commonly used in cooking for their mild onion flavor and crisp texture. They are part of the allium family, which also includes garlic and shallots, and are harvested when they are still young and tender. Frühlingszwiebeln have long green stems and small white bulbs that are both edible. They are often used raw in salads or as a garnish, but can also be cooked and used in a variety of dishes such as stir-fries, soups, and omelets. With their refreshing flavor and versatility, frühlingszwiebeln are a staple in many kitchens around the world.

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