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Is chicken salt vegan?

Chicken salt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chicken salt?

Chicken salt is a seasoning blend that is commonly used to enhance the flavor of chicken dishes. It is made from a combination of dried chicken, salt, onion powder, garlic powder, and other spices. The result is a savory and slightly salty seasoning that can be sprinkled over grilled or roasted chicken, fried chicken, or even french fries for added flavor. Chicken salt is a popular condiment in Australia and New Zealand, where it is often used as an alternative to traditional table salt. It is also a gluten-free and vegan-friendly seasoning option, making it versatile and accessible to many different dietary needs.

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