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Are babyback pork ribs vegan?

Babyback pork ribs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is babyback pork ribs?

Babyback pork ribs are a succulent meaty cut that comes from the top of the pig's ribcage, near the spine. These ribs are typically smaller and more tender than spare ribs or St. Louis-style ribs, making them a popular choice for barbecues and grilling. They have a distinct curved shape and are characterized by their pink color and marbled fat, which renders during cooking to create juicy and flavorful meat. Babyback pork ribs are often seasoned with classic barbecue dry rubs or coated in tangy, sweet sauces, making them a mouthwatering addition to any meal.

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