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Is kürbiskerne vegan?

Kürbiskerne is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kürbiskerne?

Kürbiskerne, also known as pumpkin seeds, are a versatile and nutritious food ingredient that can add both flavor and texture to a variety of dishes. These small, flat, oval-shaped seeds have a dark green color and a delicate, nutty flavor. They are a good source of protein, healthy fats, and essential minerals like zinc and magnesium. Kürbiskerne can be eaten raw or roasted and can be used in salads, baked goods, granola, or as a topping for soups or stews. In addition to their culinary uses, they have also been used traditionally for their medicinal properties, including as a natural remedy for bladder and prostate problems.

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