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Is мекотели vegan?

Мекотели is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is мекотели?

Мекотели is a traditional Bulgarian ingredient that is widely used in the cuisines of Eastern Europe. These are small, round, and soft dumplings made from flour, eggs, and milk. They have a delicate texture and mild flavor that pairs well with savory sauces, stews, and soups. Мекотели are typically boiled until they float to the surface, then served hot with butter or sour cream. This versatile ingredient can also be used in sweet dishes, such as fruit compotes or puddings. Try adding мекотели to your next recipe for a taste of authentic Bulgarian cuisine.

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