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Are mozzarella sticks vegan?

Mozzarella sticks is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mozzarella sticks?

Mozzarella sticks are a delicious and popular appetizer made from long strips of mozzarella cheese that are coated in seasoned breadcrumbs and deep-fried to golden perfection. When you bite into a mozzarella stick, the outer crispy coating crunches in your mouth and gives way to the soft, gooey melted cheese inside. The mild flavor of the mozzarella is nicely complemented by the savory seasonings in the breading, making these snacks a surefire hit with both kids and adults alike. Whether you're enjoying them as a snack or an appetizer, mozzarella sticks are a classic comfort food that's always satisfying.

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