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Are fishsticks vegan?

Fishsticks is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fishsticks?

Fishsticks are a popular seafood-based snack that originated in the United States. These crunchy and savory treats are typically made from white fish fillets that are breaded and deep-fried until golden brown. The breading, which is often seasoned with herbs and spices, provides a satisfying crunch that complements the tender and flaky fish inside. Fishsticks are commonly served with tartar sauce or ketchup for dipping, making them a favorite appetizer or finger food at parties and gatherings. They are also a convenient and easy-to-prepare option for busy weeknights when you want a quick and tasty meal.

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