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Is rosenkohl vegan?

Rosenkohl is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rosenkohl?

Rosenkohl, also known as Brussels sprouts, is a nutritious vegetable that belongs to the Brassica family. These small, round, leafy green vegetables are packed with essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamins C and K, folate, and iron. Rosenkohl has a distinct flavor that can be described as earthy and slightly bitter, but can be balanced with a touch of sweetness when cooked properly. It is commonly roasted, sautéed, or steamed and can be a tasty addition to a variety of dishes, from salads to stews. Rosenkohl is a popular ingredient during the winter season and can be found at many farmers' markets and grocery stores.

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