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Is orzo perlato vegan?

Orzo perlato is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is orzo perlato?

Orzo Perlato is a popular Italian pasta that looks like rice. It is made from semolina flour, water, and sometimes eggs. This pasta is pearled, meaning the outer husk of the grain is removed, resulting in a smooth surface and a pearl-like shape. Orzo perlato cooks quickly, making it ideal for soups, stews, salads, and pilafs. Its nutty flavor and chewy texture make it a versatile and delicious ingredient that can be easily incorporated into various cuisines. With its unique shape, orzo perlato adds visual interest to any dish, making it an excellent choice for both home cooks and professional chefs alike.

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