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Are rice stick noodles vegan?

Rice stick noodles is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rice stick noodles?

Rice stick noodles, also known as rice vermicelli or bee hoon, are a popular gluten-free ingredient in Southeast Asian cuisine. Made from rice flour and water, these translucent and delicate noodles are often used in stir-fries, soups, salads, and spring rolls. They have a mild flavor that can absorb the taste of the other ingredients they're cooked with, making them a versatile addition to any dish. Rice stick noodles are easy to cook and only require soaking in hot water for a few minutes before they're ready to be added to your favorite recipe.

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