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Is chícken fat vegan?

Chícken fat is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chícken fat?

Chicken fat is a flavorful and versatile ingredient that is commonly used in cooking for its rich, savory taste. It is rendered from the fat of chicken and has a creamy, buttery texture that melts effortlessly into dishes to enhance their taste and add depth of flavor. Despite being high in calories, chicken fat is also rich in essential fatty acids and vitamins, making it a healthy alternative to other animal fats. Its ability to withstand high temperatures without breaking down makes it perfect for frying or sautéing, while its distinct flavor improves everything from soups and stews to roasted vegetables and meat dishes.

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