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Is sweet pickle relish vegan?

Sweet pickle relish is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sweet pickle relish?

Sweet pickle relish is a condiment made from finely chopped pickled cucumbers that have been mixed with vinegar, sugar, and various spices. This tangy and sweet topping adds a burst of flavor to sandwiches, hot dogs, and burgers. The crunchy texture and bright green color make it not just delicious but visually appealing too. It's a versatile ingredient that can be used in dressings or as an accompaniment to cheese plates. Whether you're adding it to your potato salad or using it as a dip for chips, sweet pickle relish is a classic American staple that packs a punch in every bite.

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