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Is au gras de porc vegan?

Au gras de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au gras de porc?

Au gras de porc is a French term that translates to "with fat of pork." It refers to a cooking method where a dish is prepared with the addition of rendered pork fat, which imparts a rich and flavorful taste to the food. This ingredient is commonly used in traditional French cuisine to prepare meat dishes such as duck, chicken, and beef. The pork fat used in this cooking technique is usually sourced from the belly or back of the pig, and is prized for its high-fat content and ability to enhance the taste and texture of food. When prepared au gras de porc, a dish is sure to have a delectable and indulgent flavor that will delight any food lover's palate.

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