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Is cured fish vegan?

Cured fish is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cured fish?

Cured fish is a delectable and distinct ingredient that has been a staple in many cultures for centuries. The process of curing involves preserving the fish by drying, salting, and sometimes smoking it. This results in a concentrated and intense flavor that is perfect for adding depth and complexity to dishes. Cured fish can be found in a variety of forms, such as smoked salmon, salt-cured anchovies, and pickled herring. Its versatility makes it a popular addition to everything from salads and sandwiches to pasta dishes and sushi rolls. With its bold and savory taste, cured fish is sure to be a standout ingredient in any culinary creation.

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