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Is riz à sushi vegan?

Riz à sushi is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is riz à sushi?

Riz à sushi, also known as sushi rice, is a short-grain Japanese rice that is essential in making sushi. This premium rice is characterized by its sticky and slightly sweet texture, which allows it to hold its shape when rolled into sushi. To achieve the perfect texture and flavor, it is often cooked with a special blend of rice vinegar, sugar, and salt. Riz à sushi is a versatile ingredient that can also be used in other Japanese dishes such as onigiri and chirashi bowls. Its high starch content and unique flavor profile make it a must-have ingredient for any sushi lover or Japanese cuisine enthusiast.

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