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Is green split pea vegan?

Green split pea is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is green split pea?

Green split peas are a versatile and nutritious ingredient that are widely used in cooking around the world. These small, oval-shaped legumes are a rich source of plant-based protein, dietary fiber, and essential vitamins and minerals. With their mild flavor and creamy texture, green split peas are perfect for adding bulk and depth to soups, stews, and casseroles. They can also be mashed into a tasty and healthy dip or spread, or used to make delicious vegetarian patties and fritters. Whether you're looking for a meat alternative or simply want to boost your nutrient intake, green split peas are an excellent choice.

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