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Is adrenals of sheep vegan?

Adrenals of sheep is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is adrenals of sheep?

Adrenals of sheep are a unique food ingredient that has been used in various traditional cuisines around the world. The adrenals, or glands, are located on top of the kidneys of the sheep and contain a mix of hormones and enzymes. When cooked, they have a distinct rich and earthy flavor that is both savory and slightly gamey. In addition to their culinary uses, some people believe that consuming adrenals of sheep can provide health benefits, particularly for those with adrenal fatigue or other hormonal imbalances. However, it is important to note that there is limited scientific evidence to support these claims.

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