The International Vegetarian Union’s Vegan Nutrition Guide for Adults

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  • Fenugreek

    Fenugreek

    In it’s planted form we use the leaves, cooked into simple curry's, stews, flatbreads... honestly the possibilities are endless. The beauty of using such a multiplex tasting ingredient, the simpler the preparation the better. It's only ever paired with effortless ingredients and that’s the best way to uplift and enhance fenugreeks natural flavour and your dining experience. The most popular way to consume fenugreek leaves in south asia has to be ‘aloo methi’, where the leaves are prepared with salt, turmeric, dried red chillies and chopped potatoes. This mixture is to be cooked until the potatoes are soft and that’s it. Meals like this are the definition of less is more; pure food.

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