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Is fläsk vegan?

Fläsk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fläsk?

Fläsk is a Swedish word that translates to "pork" in English. This versatile ingredient is a staple in Swedish cuisine and is used in various dishes ranging from classic meatballs to smorgasbord spreads. Fläsk can be cooked in a variety of ways, including roasting, frying, and grilling, and it is known for its tender and juicy texture. It is a rich source of protein, vitamins, and minerals and is often enjoyed in combination with other traditional Swedish ingredients such as lingonberries, potatoes, and cream sauce. Whether you are a meat lover or a fan of Swedish cuisine, fläsk is a delicious ingredient that can be enjoyed in many different ways.

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