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Are pork'n beans vegan?

Pork'n beans is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pork'n beans?

Pork'n beans is a classic American dish that has been around for generations. It consists of tender navy beans slow-simmered with savory chunks of pork in a rich, tangy sauce. The hearty combination of tender beans and juicy pork makes it a filling and satisfying comfort food perfect for any occasion. Often served as a side dish or main course, pork'n beans can be enjoyed on their own or paired with other dishes for a complete meal. Whether served hot or cold, this delicious and versatile dish is sure to satisfy even the pickiest eaters.

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