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Is hojas de parra vegan?

Hojas de parra is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hojas de parra?

Hojas de parra, also known as grape leaves, are a versatile ingredient used in many Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines. These tender leaves are harvested from grapevines and can be enjoyed fresh or preserved in brine. The leaves have a slightly bitter taste, making them the perfect vessel for stuffing with a variety of flavorful fillings such as rice, meat, and vegetables. When cooked, the leaves become tender and absorb the flavors of the filling, creating a delicious and unique dish. Hojas de parra are a nutritious ingredient rich in vitamins and minerals, and their use in cooking dates back thousands of years.

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