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Are sardellenfilets vegan?

Sardellenfilets is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sardellenfilets?

Sardellenfilets, also known as anchovy fillets, are a savory and salty ingredient commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine. These small, silver fish are filleted, salt-cured, and packed in oil for enhanced flavor and preservation. Sardellenfilets can be added to various dishes, such as salads, pasta sauces, pizzas, and sandwiches, to add a distinct umami taste. They are also an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, protein, and calcium. Whether you're a fan of bold flavors or looking to boost your nutritional intake, sardellenfilets are a versatile and delicious ingredient to keep on hand in the kitchen.

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