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Is lamb shoulder vegan?

Lamb shoulder is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lamb shoulder?

Lamb shoulder is a delicious and versatile cut of meat that is highly prized for its tender, juicy texture and rich flavor. Sourced from the upper foreleg of the lamb, it is a well-marbled cut that responds well to slow cooking methods, such as roasting or braising. With its tender and succulent meat, lamb shoulder is perfect for creating hearty stews, curries, and ragouts. Its robust flavor pairs well with bold spices and herbs, making it an excellent choice for adventurous cooks who love to experiment with bold, exotic flavors. Whether you're a fan of classic lamb dishes or looking for something new, lamb shoulder is a must-try ingredient that is sure to impress.

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