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Is % anchois vegan?

% anchois is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is % anchois?

Anchovies are small, silver-colored fish that are widely used as a flavorful ingredient in a variety of dishes. These salty, oily fish are typically cured in salt and then packed in oil, which intensifies their umami flavor. Anchovies are a staple in Mediterranean cuisine, particularly in Italy and Spain, where they are used in dishes such as pasta puttanesca and tapenade. They are also commonly used to add depth and complexity to Caesar salad dressing and pizza toppings. While some people may find anchovies too strong, their distinct flavor adds a unique depth and complexity to dishes when used.

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