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Is sweet and sour pork vegan?

Sweet and sour pork is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sweet and sour pork?

Sweet and sour pork is a classic Chinese dish that boasts a perfect blend of flavors. It features tender pieces of deep-fried, juicy pork coated in a crispy batter and smothered in a luscious sauce made from vinegar, sugar, and soy sauce. The resulting dish is both sweet and tangy, with a complex flavor profile that tantalizes the taste buds. The sauce is enhanced with bell peppers, onions, and pineapples, which provide a refreshing balance to the richness of the pork. This versatile dish can be served on its own or paired with rice, making it a crowd-pleaser for any occasion.

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