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Is carne de porc vegan?

Carne de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is carne de porc?

Carne de porc, also known as pork meat, is a versatile and popular ingredient in many cuisines around the world. Obtained from domestic pigs, this meat is packed with protein, essential vitamins, and minerals such as iron and zinc. It comes in a variety of cuts, from tenderloin to ribs, each with its unique flavor and texture. Due to its mild taste and tender texture, it pairs well with a wide range of herbs and spices and can be cooked in various ways, from roasting to grilling to slow cooking. Whether you're making a hearty stew or a delicious barbecue, carne de porc is an excellent choice for adding flavor and nutrition to your dishes.

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