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Is beefalo vegan?

Beefalo is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is beefalo?

Beefalo is a hybrid breed of cattle, resulting from the crossbreeding of domestic cows and American bison. This unique combination creates a leaner meat that is high in flavor and nutritional value. Beefalo contains 40% less fat than traditional beef, making it a healthier choice while still providing the same protein content. The taste of beefalo can be described as having a slightly sweeter and more robust flavor than regular beef, with a tender texture that is perfect for grilling or roasting. It is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of recipes, from burgers to stews. Try beefalo for a delicious and healthy twist on classic meat dishes.

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