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Is szechuan style beef vegan?

Szechuan style beef is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is szechuan style beef?

Szechuan-style beef is a popular Chinese dish known for its bold and spicy flavors. The dish typically features thinly sliced beef that's stir-fried with garlic, ginger, and a fiery blend of Szechuan peppercorns, dried chili peppers, and other aromatic spices. The resulting flavor profile is complex and intense, with a mouthwatering balance of heat, sweetness, and umami flavors. Served with rice and vegetables, this dish offers a satisfying meal that's sure to delight fans of spicy cuisine. Whether you're a seasoned spice-lover or simply looking to try something new, Szechuan-style beef is a must-try dish.

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