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Is miga de pan vegan?

Miga de pan 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 miga de pan?

Miga de pan is a versatile ingredient commonly used in Spanish cuisine. It refers to the soft and spongy inner part of bread, which is removed from the crust before slicing. Miga de pan can be used as a filler in dishes like meatballs or as a base for croquettes. It can also be used to add texture to soups or stews or to create a breadcrumb coating for fried foods. Due to its absorbent nature, miga de pan can be used to soak up flavors and juices from other ingredients, making it an ideal ingredient for creating moist and flavorful dishes.

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