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Is zsemlemorzsa vegan?

Zsemlemorzsa is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is zsemlemorzsa?

Zsemlemorzsa is a traditional Hungarian ingredient that is widely used in cooking and baking. Translated as "bread crumbs," zsemlemorzsa is made from stale bread that has been dried and then ground into a fine powder. The resulting crumbly texture is perfect for coating meats, vegetables, and other foods before frying or baking, as it adds a crispy and crunchy texture. Zsemlemorzsa is also used as a binding agent in dishes like meatballs, adding a slight nutty flavor to the dish. Its versatility and ability to add texture and flavor make zsemlemorzsa a popular ingredient in Hungarian cuisine.

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