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Are sliced meats vegan?

Sliced meats is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sliced meats?

Sliced meats are a versatile ingredient that can add flavor and texture to a variety of dishes. Typically made from cured, cooked or smoked meat, sliced meats are pre-sliced and ready to use straight out of the package. Popular types of sliced meats include ham, turkey, salami, pastrami, and roast beef. Sliced meats can be used in sandwiches, salads, pasta dishes, or as a snack on their own. They can also be heated and served warm for a more satisfying meal. When choosing sliced meats, look for high-quality options that are free from additives and preservatives for the healthiest and most delicious results.

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