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Is medallion steak vegan?

Medallion steak is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is medallion steak?

Medallion steak is a premium cut of beef that is typically taken from the tenderloin or filet mignon. It is a small, circular shaped cut that is generally 1-2 inches in thickness and weighs around 2-4 ounces. The medallion steak is known for its exceptional tenderness, rich flavor, and beautiful marbling. This versatile cut can be prepared using various cooking methods, including grilling, pan-searing, broiling, or roasting, and it pairs well with a wide range of seasonings, sauces, and sides. Whether you prefer your steak rare, medium-rare, or well-done, the medallion steak is sure to satisfy even the most discerning palates.

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