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Is os de porc vegan?

Os de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is os de porc?

Os de porc, which translates to "pork bones" in English, are a versatile ingredient that can add depth and richness to a variety of dishes. These bones are typically obtained from pigs and are known for their high collagen content, which helps to create a velvety texture and intense flavor in broths, stews, and sauces. When slow-cooked, the marrow inside the bones melts and infuses the surrounding liquid with a savory richness that is hard to replicate with any other ingredient. Os de porc are a must-have for any home cook or professional chef looking to add a touch of umami to their creations.

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