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Is lean pork vegan?

Lean pork is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lean pork?

Lean pork is a type of meat that comes from the pig, but with less fat content compared to regular pork. It's a high-quality source of protein, making it an excellent addition to any well-balanced diet. Lean pork is usually taken from the tenderloin, loin chops, or sirloin roast portions of the pig. Its low-fat content makes it a healthier option for those who are watching their weight, and its mild flavor allows it to pair well with various herbs, spices, and marinades. When cooked correctly, lean pork is juicy, tender, and flavorful, making it a perfect choice for a wide range of dishes.

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