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Is parsakaali vegan?

Parsakaali is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is parsakaali?

Parsakaali, also known as broccoli in English, is a highly nutritious vegetable that belongs to the cruciferous family. It has a deep green color and a tree-like shape, with tightly packed clusters of edible flower buds. With its slightly bitter but refreshing taste, Parsakaali is used in various dishes ranging from salads to soups, stir-fries to casseroles. This versatile ingredient is not only low in calories but also high in fiber, vitamins C and K, folate, and minerals such as potassium and manganese. It's no wonder why Parsakaali is considered a superfood that can provide numerous health benefits, including improved digestion, immune system, and heart health.

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