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Is couennes porc vegan?

Couennes porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is couennes porc?

Couennes porc, also known as pork rind, is a popular ingredient in many culinary cultures around the world. It is made by frying or roasting the skin of a pig until it becomes crispy and crunchy, which gives it a distinct texture and flavor that ranges from savory to slightly sweet. Couennes porc can be enjoyed as a snack on its own, but it is also commonly used as a topping for salads, soups, and stews, or incorporated into dishes like chicharrones and crackling roast pork. Its high protein and low carb content make it a popular choice for those following a keto or paleo diet.

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