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Is worcestershiresauce vegan?

Worcestershiresauce is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is worcestershiresauce?

Worcestershire sauce is a dark, tangy liquid condiment that adds a complex flavor and depth to dishes. It's made from a blend of vinegar, molasses, garlic, tamarind, anchovies, and various spices. The result is a savory, slightly sweet, umami-rich sauce that's commonly used in marinades, dressings, and as a steak sauce. It originated in Worcester, England, and has been a beloved ingredient for over 175 years. A little Worcestershire sauce goes a long way in enhancing the taste of soups, stews, and casseroles, making it a kitchen staple for many home cooks and professional chefs alike.

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