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Is breadcrumb vegan?

Breadcrumb is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is breadcrumb?

Breadcrumbs are a pantry staple that can be used in a variety of recipes, from coating chicken or fish to making meatballs or veggie burgers. These tiny crumbs, usually made from leftover or dried bread, come in different sizes and textures, such as panko, Italian, or plain. They add crunch, texture, and flavor to dishes and are often seasoned with herbs, spices, or Parmesan cheese. Breadcrumbs can also be used as a binder in recipes, like meatloaf or crab cakes. With their versatility and long shelf life, breadcrumbs are a must-have ingredient for any home cook.

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