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Is grasso suino vegan?

Grasso suino is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grasso suino?

Grasso suino is a traditional ingredient in Italian cuisine, and is commonly known as pork fat. It is obtained from the fatty tissue of pigs and is a staple in many dishes due to its unique flavor and texture. Pork fat has a high melting point, which makes it ideal for frying and roasting, as it can withstand high temperatures without burning. It is also used as a seasoning and to add moisture to recipes, particularly in meat dishes. Rich in flavor, it is a popular ingredient in sausages, cured meats, and pâtés. Despite its high-fat content, it is a versatile and essential ingredient in many dishes.

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