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Are mit reis vegan?

Mit reis is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mit reis?

Mit Reis is a traditional German term that translates to "with rice," and it typically refers to a dish or recipe that includes rice as one of its central ingredients. This versatile grain has been cultivated and enjoyed for thousands of years, and it's a staple food in many cultures around the world. In German cuisine, mit Reis is often used in savory dishes like stir-fries, curries, and stews, but it can also be used in sweet desserts like rice pudding. With its mild flavor and soft, fluffy texture, mit Reis provides a satisfying base for a wide range of flavorful ingredients and spices, making it a go-to ingredient for home cooks and chefs alike.

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