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Is libazsír vegan?

Libazsír is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is libazsír?

Libazsír, also known as goose fat, is a flavorful ingredient that has been used in traditional Hungarian cuisine for centuries. It is made by rendering the fat from goose, resulting in a smooth and silky texture with a rich, buttery flavor. This versatile ingredient is perfect for sautéing vegetables, frying meats, and even baking pastries. Due to its high smoke point, libazsír is a popular alternative to vegetable oil and butter for cooking at high temperatures. In addition to its culinary uses, goose fat is also believed to have health benefits, including being a good source of vitamin D and essential fatty acids.

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