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Are charcuteries vegan?

Charcuteries is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is charcuteries?

Charcuteries refer to a variety of cured, smoked, or cooked meats that are typically prepared from pork. This French term encompasses a range of products, including sausages, pâtés, terrines, ham, and bacon. Charcuteries are often made using traditional methods and recipes, which involve a combination of curing, smoking, and cooking techniques to produce flavorful and aromatic meats. These products are a popular addition to charcuterie boards and are often served alongside cheeses, crackers, and other snacks. Charcuteries are a versatile ingredient that can be used to add depth of flavor to a wide range of dishes, from sandwiches and salads to pasta dishes and stews.

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