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Is passata di pomodoro vegan?

Passata di pomodoro is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is passata di pomodoro?

Passata di pomodoro is a classic Italian ingredient that translates to "strained tomatoes". Made from fresh, ripe tomatoes that are crushed and then strained to remove the seeds and skin, it is a smooth and silky sauce that is perfect for a variety of dishes. This versatile ingredient is a staple in many Italian kitchens and is used as a base for soups, stews, pasta sauces, and more. With its rich, tangy flavor and vibrant red color, passata di pomodoro adds depth and complexity to any dish. Its natural sweetness makes it a favorite among cooks and chefs alike, and its convenience makes it a must-have in any pantry.

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