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Is gefilte fish vegan?

Gefilte fish is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gefilte fish?

Gefilte fish is a traditional Jewish dish made from ground, deboned fish mixed with various seasonings and vegetables such as onions, carrots, and celery. The mixture is then formed into oval-shaped balls or patties and boiled in fish stock until fully cooked. This dish is typically served cold and often accompanied by horseradish, beets, or carrots. With its delicate flavor and soft texture, gefilte fish is a classic staple of Jewish cuisine that has been enjoyed for generations, and continues to be an integral part of many Jewish holiday meals and celebrations.

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