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Is jambon vegan?

Jambon is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jambon?

Jambon is a French term that refers to ham, a cured meat product typically made from pork. It is a versatile ingredient used in various dishes, including sandwiches, charcuterie boards, and salads. Jambon's flavor can range from mild to strong, depending on the type of ham and its curing process. Some varieties of jambon are smoked or aged for a more complex taste. The texture of jambon varies as well, from tender and moist to firm and chewy. This classic ingredient adds depth of flavor and richness to any dish it is used in, making it a staple of French cuisine.

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