Question of the Day: Are banana peppers high in vitamin k?
Quick Answer: Yes, raw banana peppers are moderately high in vitamin K. A 100g serving, about two medium-sized chilies, will provide 9.5mcg of vitamin K. This is approximately 10% of the 90-120 mcg that the USDA recommends we consume daily. The vitamin K content of banana peppers like you find sold in jars at the grocer’s could vary widely from this depending on how they have been processed. Always read the labels before buying.
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