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Is whitebait vegan?

Whitebait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is whitebait?

Whitebait is a type of small fish commonly used as an ingredient in various dishes around the world. These young fish are typically no more than a few centimeters in length and have a delicate, mild flavor that pairs well with other ingredients. While whitebait can refer to a variety of small fish species, it is most commonly used to describe the immature forms of herring and sprat. Whitebait is often prepared by frying them whole until they are crispy and golden brown, making them a popular snack or appetizer. With its tender texture and subtle taste, whitebait is a versatile ingredient that adds a unique touch to any seafood dish.

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