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Is yellow wax bean vegan?

Yellow wax bean is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is yellow wax bean?

Yellow wax beans, also known as butter beans, are a type of legume that is popular for its mild taste and creamy texture. These beans are typically harvested when they are young and tender, providing a sweet flavor that is slightly nutty. They get their name from their waxy, yellowish-green pods, which can easily be snapped off to reveal the delicate beans inside. Yellow wax beans are a good source of dietary fiber, protein, and vitamins like folate and vitamin C, making them a nutritious addition to any dish. Whether sautéed with garlic and olive oil or added to soups and stews, yellow wax beans add a delicious and colorful touch to any meal.

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