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Is gorgede porc vegan?

Gorgede porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gorgede porc?

Gorgede porc, also known as pork neck or collar, is a flavorful and juicy cut of meat that comes from the upper part of the pig's neck. The meat is marbled with fat, which adds to its tender texture and rich flavor. Gorgede porc can be prepared in a variety of ways, including grilling, roasting, or braising, making it a versatile ingredient for many dishes. It pairs well with a range of flavors, such as spicy marinades or sweet glazes, making it a popular choice for BBQs and other outdoor gatherings. Whether sliced thinly for sandwiches or served as a main course, gorgede porc is sure to satisfy any meat lover's appetite.

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