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Is schweineschnitzel vegan?

Schweineschnitzel is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is schweineschnitzel?

Schweineschnitzel is a popular German dish made with thin slices of pork loin that are pounded thin and breaded before being pan-fried to golden perfection. The word "schnitzel" comes from the German verb "schnitzeln," which means to cut into thin slices. The result is a crispy on the outside, tender on the inside meat that pairs well with mashed potatoes, red cabbage or salad. Schweineschnitzel is a delicious and satisfying meal that can be enjoyed year-round and is a staple of traditional German cuisine. It's also easy to prepare at home and can be served as a hearty main dish or as part of a larger meal.

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