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Is zer vegan?

Zer is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is zer?

"Zer" is a versatile and nutrient-rich food ingredient that has been used for centuries in various cuisines around the world. Also known as "green gram flour," it is derived from mung beans that have been ground into a fine powder. Zer is an excellent source of protein, fiber, and essential vitamins and minerals, making it a popular choice for health-conscious consumers. Its mild flavor and light texture make it a great addition to savory dishes like soups, stews, and curries, as well as sweet treats like cakes and cookies. With its many nutritional benefits and culinary applications, zer is a must-try ingredient for anyone looking to spice up their meals while also boosting their health.

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