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Are sausages vegan?

Sausages is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sausages?

Sausages are a type of cured meat that have been enjoyed for centuries across various cultures worldwide. Typically made from ground meat, spices, and other flavorings, sausages come in a variety of types and flavors. From spicy chorizo to savory breakfast links, sausages can be grilled, baked, or pan-fried for a delicious and hearty meal. They are often made with pork or beef, but can also be made with chicken, turkey, or even plant-based alternatives. Whether served alongside eggs at breakfast, on a bun at a barbecue, or as a hearty dinner entree, sausages offer a satisfying flavor and texture that is hard to resist.

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