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Is red bean vegan?

Red bean is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is red bean?

Red bean, also known as azuki bean, is a small, reddish-brown legume with a sweet, nutty flavor and a firm, creamy texture. It is a staple ingredient in Asian cuisine, particularly in Japan and Korea, where it is used to make traditional desserts such as mochi, anko, and patbingsu. Red beans are rich in protein, fiber, and essential vitamins and minerals, making them a nutritious addition to a variety of dishes. Whether simmered into a sweet paste or tossed into a savory salad, red beans offer a unique flavor and texture that is sure to please any palate.

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