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Are lard gras vegan?

Lard gras is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lard gras?

Lard gras, also known as pork fat or pig fat, is a versatile and flavorful ingredient used in many culinary traditions worldwide. Derived from the fatty tissue of pigs, lard gras is prized for its rich, creamy texture and savory taste. Its high melting point makes it ideal for baking, frying, and sautéing, while its mild flavor allows it to complement a wide range of dishes, from savory to sweet. Lard gras is also a popular ingredient in traditional charcuterie and is used to make pâté, sausages, and other cured meats. With its unique blend of flavor and versatility, lard gras remains a staple in many kitchens and cuisines around the world.

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