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Is mcdonalds filet-o-fish vegan?

Mcdonalds filet-o-fish is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mcdonalds filet-o-fish?

The McDonald's Filet-O-Fish is a beloved classic fast food sandwich that features a crispy, deep-fried fish patty nestled between two soft, steamed buns. The flaky white fish is topped with tangy tartar sauce, a slice of melty American cheese, and a crisp leaf of iceberg lettuce for a satisfying crunch. Its distinct flavor profile has made the Filet-O-Fish a go-to menu item for seafood lovers and non-seafood lovers alike. Whether enjoyed as a quick lunch or a late-night snack, the Filet-O-Fish is a timeless fast food staple that satisfies cravings and always hits the spot.

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