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Is bologna chicken pork vegan?

Bologna chicken pork is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bologna chicken pork?

Bologna, a type of sausage, is made from blended chicken and pork meat. The meat is first ground into a fine paste, seasoned with a blend of spices, and then formed into large logs, which are cooked in boiling water or smoked until fully cooked. Bologna has a distinctive texture that is smooth and slightly elastic, making it perfect for sandwiches, cold cuts, and snacks. The blend of chicken and pork gives bologna a unique flavor profile that is savory, slightly salty, and lightly spiced. Bologna chicken pork is a versatile ingredient that can be used in many dishes to add protein and flavor.

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