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Is kål vegan?

Kål is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kål?

Kål, also known as cabbage in English, is a versatile and nutrient-dense vegetable that has been enjoyed for centuries in various cultures around the world. This cruciferous veggie is low in calories yet high in fiber, vitamins C and K, and antioxidants. With its mild flavor and crunchy texture, kål can be eaten raw as a salad or slaw ingredient, steamed or boiled as a side dish, or used in hearty stews and soups. In Scandinavian cuisine, kål is a staple ingredient in traditional dishes such as kålpudding (cabbage pudding) and surkål (sour cabbage). So whether you're looking to add more veggies to your diet or try out a new recipe, kål is definitely worth a spot on your grocery list.

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