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Is arroz rojo vegan?

Arroz rojo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is arroz rojo?

Arroz rojo, or "red rice" in English, is a flavorful and visually striking ingredient commonly found in Mexican and Spanish cuisine. It gets its distinct color from the addition of tomatoes, which are cooked with the rice to infuse their rich, savory flavor. The result is a fluffy and slightly chewy grain with a subtle sweetness and tanginess that pairs perfectly with a variety of dishes. Arroz rojo can be served as a side dish or used as a base for hearty stews and casseroles. It is a nutritious and delicious alternative to traditional white rice, adding both flavor and vibrancy to any meal.

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