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Is gòrge de porc vegan?

Gòrge de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gòrge de porc?

Gorge de porc is a French term for pork throat or pig's jowl, which is a flavorful and succulent cut of meat that is commonly used in French cuisine. This ingredient is known for its rich and tender texture, with a deep, savory flavor that is perfect for slow-cooking dishes like stews, soups, and casseroles. Gorge de porc is also a popular ingredient for charcuterie, where it is cured and smoked to create delicious meats like bacon and ham. Whether you're a fan of classic French cooking or just looking for a new ingredient to add to your repertoire, gorge de porc is definitely worth trying.

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