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Is szalonna vegan?

Szalonna is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is szalonna?

Szalonna is a traditional Hungarian ingredient that consists of smoked pork belly, which is typically sliced into thin pieces and used as a flavorful addition to various dishes. The smoking process gives the szalonna a distinct aroma and flavor that enhances the taste of any dish it's added to. Whether you're frying it in a pan or grilling it over an open flame, szalonna adds a rich, smoky flavor to meats, vegetables, and even bread. It's a versatile ingredient that can be used in traditional Hungarian dishes like goulash or added to modern recipes to give them a unique twist.

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