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Is silverbeet juice vegan?

Silverbeet juice is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is silverbeet juice?

Silverbeet juice is a nutrient-rich ingredient that offers a unique blend of earthy, slightly bitter notes with a hint of sweetness. Made by juicing fresh silverbeet leaves, this vibrant green liquid is packed with vitamins and minerals like vitamin K, potassium, and iron, making it a great addition to any diet. Its naturally high water content and low calorie count also make it an excellent choice for those looking to hydrate or manage weight. When used in cooking, silverbeet juice can add depth and complexity to savory dishes, while its natural sweetness makes it a tasty addition to smoothies or other sweet beverages.

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