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Is emu vegan?

Emu is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is emu?

Emu is a unique and nutritious ingredient that comes from the emu bird, a large flightless bird native to Australia. Emu meat is a lean and healthy protein source, low in fat and high in iron and other essential nutrients. Its flavor is similar to beef but slightly richer and gamey, making it an exciting ingredient for adventurous palates. Emu oil, extracted from the bird's fat, is also highly valued for its anti-inflammatory and moisturizing properties in skincare products. With its exceptional nutritional benefits and versatile culinary applications, emu is a fantastic ingredient for those seeking a flavorful and healthy protein source.

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