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Is semmelbrösel vegan?

Semmelbrösel is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is semmelbrösel?

Semmelbrösel is a versatile ingredient commonly used in German and Austrian cuisine. Also known as breadcrumbs, Semmelbrösel are made by grinding dried bread into small, coarse pieces. They can be used as a crispy coating for fried or baked foods, as a binding agent in meatballs or veggie burgers, or as a topping for gratins and casseroles. Semmelbrösel come in a variety of textures, from fine to chunky, and can be made from different types of bread, such as white, whole wheat, or sourdough. They add a crunchy texture and a subtle, toasty flavor to dishes.

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