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Is bacallà vegan?

Bacallà is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bacallà?

Bacallà is a salted and dried cod widely used in Mediterranean cuisine, particularly in Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Greece. The cod is preserved through a meticulous process of salting and drying, which results in its characteristic firm and flaky texture. Its slightly briny taste can be enhanced with herbs and spices, making it perfect for a variety of dishes, from stews to salads. Bacallà's versatility and long shelf life have made it a staple ingredient in many traditional dishes, and its unique flavor profile continues to delight foodies around the world.

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