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Is kananrasva vegan?

Kananrasva is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kananrasva?

Kananrasva, also known as chicken fat, is a flavorful and versatile ingredient commonly used in cooking and baking. It's derived from rendering the fat of chickens and has a rich, silky texture that adds depth and complexity to dishes. With its high smoke point, it's ideal for high-heat cooking methods like frying and roasting. Kananrasva is also a staple in Jewish cuisine, where it's used for flavoring meat and dairy dishes alike. Its unique flavor profile makes it a great choice for adding richness and umami to soups, stews, and sauces.

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