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Are uncured beef franks vegan?

Uncured beef franks is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is uncured beef franks?

Uncured beef franks are a savory and versatile food ingredient made from high-quality beef that has not been treated with synthetic nitrates or nitrites. These tasty franks are perfect for grilling, frying, or boiling, and can be enjoyed on their own or served in buns with your favorite toppings. With their robust flavor and natural juiciness, uncured beef franks are a healthier and more flavorful alternative to conventional hot dogs, and are an excellent source of protein and essential nutrients. Whether you're cooking up a quick and easy meal for the family or hosting a backyard barbecue, these delicious franks are sure to impress!.

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