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Is couenne de-de porc vegan?

Couenne de-de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is couenne de-de porc?

Couenne de porc is a French culinary term that refers to the skin or rind of a pig. Typically used as a flavoring agent or for added texture in traditional dishes, couenne de porc can be found in various forms such as raw, cooked, smoked or fried. This versatile ingredient contains collagen and fat which helps add richness and depth of flavor when slow-cooked in soups, stews, and sauces. It is also popularly used to make crispy pork cracklings or chicharrones as a savory snack. As an essential ingredient in many regional cuisines, couenne de porc adds a unique flavor profile to pork-based dishes.

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