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Is cor de porc vegan?

Cor de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cor de porc?

Cor de porc is a highly sought-after food ingredient that has been cherished for centuries. It is a delicacy that is popular in many cultures, known for its unique texture and taste. Cor de porc is the heart of a pig and is known for its firm, chewy texture and deep, savory flavor. The meat is dense and rich, making it a popular choice for slow-cooking methods like stews and braises. Cor de porc is also used in traditional dishes such as Spanish chorizo and Italian salami. Its high protein content makes it a great source of nutrition, while its distinct taste makes it a must-try ingredient for any adventurous foodie.

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