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Is pesce spada vegan?

Pesce spada is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pesce spada?

Pesce spada, also known as swordfish, is a prized fish that's found in the Mediterranean Sea and other warm waters. This fish has a firm texture and a meaty flavor that's often compared to beef. It's commonly grilled, pan-seared or baked, and pairs well with bold flavors like lemon, garlic, and capers. Swordfish is also a great source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, making it a healthy choice for seafood lovers. However, due to overfishing concerns, it's important to choose sustainably sourced swordfish to support the environment and ensure its availability for future generations.

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