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Is queller vegan?

Queller is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is queller?

Queller is a succulent coastal plant that has been used for culinary purposes for centuries. It is also known as sea samphire or sea asparagus, and its fleshy stems and leaves have a salty, crunchy texture that makes it a popular ingredient in seafood dishes. Queller is rich in essential vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin C, calcium, and iron. It is often used as a substitute for traditional salty condiments like capers or olives, and its bright green color makes it a visually appealing garnish. Queller can be eaten raw in salads, pickled, or steamed as a side dish. Its unique flavor and nutritional benefits make it a valuable addition to any kitchen.

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