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Is bison vegan?

Bison is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bison?

Bison meat, also known as buffalo meat, is a lean and flavorful ingredient that has been a staple of Native American cuisine for centuries. Raised on grassy plains in North America, bison are free-range animals that graze on nutrient-rich vegetation, resulting in meat that is higher in protein and lower in fat than beef. Bison can be prepared in a variety of ways, including grilled, braised, or roasted, and it pairs well with bold flavors like garlic, rosemary, and red wine. Additionally, bison is considered a sustainable and environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional livestock due to their minimal impact on the ecosystem.

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