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Are sausage skins vegan?

Sausage skins is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sausage skins?

Sausage skins, also known as casings, are an essential ingredient in the creation of sausage. These thin, tubular membranes are typically made from animal intestines, although synthetic options are also available. They are used to encase the ground meat mixture that makes up sausage, giving it shape and texture. Sausage skins come in various sizes and styles, allowing for the creation of different types of sausage, from small breakfast links to larger bratwursts. They are a versatile ingredient that plays a vital role in the production of one of the world's most beloved meats.

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