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Are deli meats vegan?

Deli meats is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is deli meats?

Deli meats, also known as lunch meats, are a type of precooked, sliced meat that is commonly used in sandwiches, salads, and charcuterie boards. These meats come in a variety of types and flavors, including ham, turkey, roast beef, and salami. They are often sold at delicatessens or grocery stores and can be made from different animal proteins, such as pork, chicken, or beef. Deli meats are a convenient option for adding protein to meals, and their versatility makes them a popular choice for busy families and individuals on the go. However, it's important to be mindful of the sodium content in some types of deli meats and to opt for those that are minimally processed whenever possible.

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