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Is charcuterie vegan?

Charcuterie is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is charcuterie?

Charcuterie is a type of cuisine that focuses on preparing and preserving meat products, such as bacon, ham, sausages, and pâté. This French culinary tradition involves curing and smoking meat to enhance its flavor and extend its shelf life. Charcuterie is typically served as a meat platter accompanied by cheese, fruit, nuts, and bread. The variety of textures and flavors of the different meats make it a perfect appetizer or snack for any occasion, from casual gatherings to formal events. With its emphasis on artisanal craftsmanship and attention to detail, charcuterie has become a trendy and highly sought-after culinary experience.

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