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Is arroz negro vegan?

Arroz negro is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is arroz negro?

Arroz negro, also known as black rice, is a Spanish delicacy that is rich in flavor and color. It is a unique and striking dish that features short-grain rice that has been cooked with squid ink, giving it a deep black hue. The ink not only adds color, but also infuses the rice with a subtle briny flavor that pairs perfectly with seafood. Arroz negro is often served with squid or other shellfish, and is seasoned with garlic, onion, and tomato for a burst of savory flavors. This dish is not only visually stunning, but also delicious and satisfying.

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