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Are cold cuts vegan?

Cold cuts is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cold cuts?

Cold cuts are a variety of precooked, sliced meats typically used for sandwiches or appetizers. They are often made from beef, pork, chicken, or turkey and can include options like ham, salami, bologna, and turkey breast. These meats are typically thinly sliced and have a long shelf life, making them a convenient option for quick meals or snacks. Cold cuts can be served cold or heated up, and are often paired with cheese, bread, and condiments to create a delicious sandwich or charcuterie board. With a wide variety of flavors and textures available, cold cuts are a versatile ingredient that can add depth and richness to a range of dishes.

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