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Is red chori vegan?

Red chori is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is red chori?

Red chori is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that originates from India. Also known as Azuki beans, they are small and reddish-brown in color with a slightly sweet and nutty taste. These legumes are a rich source of protein, fiber, iron, and other essential nutrients, making them an excellent addition to any diet. Red chori can be used in a variety of dishes, from soups and stews to salads and curries. They also make a great alternative to traditional meat-based proteins for vegetarian and vegan diets. So, whether you're looking for a healthy and nutrient-rich ingredient or a delicious addition to your meals, red chori is an excellent choice.

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