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Is epaule de porc vegan?

Epaule de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is epaule de porc?

Epaule de porc, also known as pork shoulder, is a versatile cut of meat that is packed with flavor and tenderness. This cut is taken from the upper foreleg of the pig and is marbled with just the right amount of fat, making it perfect for slow cooking, roasting, or grilling. Its rich and succulent flavor makes it a popular choice for pulled pork dishes and stews. With its melt-in-your-mouth texture, epaule de porc is an excellent addition to any meal, whether you're cooking for a crowd or simply treating yourself to a delicious dinner.

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