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Is λαχανικά vegan?

Λαχανικά is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is λαχανικά?

Λαχανικά (lachanika) is a Greek term that refers to a variety of fresh vegetables that are often used in Mediterranean cuisine. These colorful and nutrient-rich vegetables include tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, zucchini, eggplant, and more. With their fresh and vibrant flavors, lachanika are a staple ingredient in many Greek dishes, such as the famous Greek salad, souvlaki, and moussaka. Whether roasted, grilled, or simply sliced raw, lachanika add a healthy and delicious touch to any meal. Incorporating these wholesome vegetables into your diet can provide a wide range of essential vitamins and minerals while promoting overall health and wellbeing.

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