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Are viande et gras de bovins vegan?

Viande et gras de bovins is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is viande et gras de bovins?

"Viande et gras de bovins" is a French term that translates to "beef meat and fat." This ingredient is commonly used in various recipes, including stews, sausages, and burgers, to add flavor and moisture. The fat content of beef contributes to the juiciness of the final product, while the meat provides a rich, savory taste. When purchasing this ingredient, it's essential to choose high-quality meat and fat from healthy, grass-fed cows. Using "viande et gras de bovins" in your cooking will elevate the taste of your dishes and give them a succulent and robust flavor profile.

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