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Is elk tenderloin vegan?

Elk tenderloin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is elk tenderloin?

Elk tenderloin is a lean, flavorful cut of meat that comes from the back of the elk. The meat is juicy and succulent with a slightly sweet and nutty taste that pairs well with a variety of seasonings and sauces. Because it is low in fat but high in protein, elk tenderloin is a healthy alternative to beef or pork. It can be grilled, roasted or pan-seared to perfection, making it an excellent choice for a special occasion or a hearty meal. Whether served as a main course or sliced thin for sandwiches, elk tenderloin is an impressive and delicious ingredient that is sure to impress any meat lover.

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