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Is piel pollo vegan?

Piel pollo is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is piel pollo?

"Piel de pollo" is a Spanish term that refers to the crispy and flavorful skin of chicken. This savory ingredient is highly sought after for its rich taste and texture, making it a popular addition to many dishes. The crispy skin is achieved by roasting or frying the chicken until the skin turns golden brown and crispy, creating a delicious contrast with the juicy meat underneath. Often seasoned with herbs and spices, "piel de pollo" adds a crunchy and aromatic touch to dishes such as soups, stews, and salads. It is also a key ingredient in many Latin American and Caribbean cuisines, where it is often used in traditional dishes such as arroz con pollo and chicharrón de pollo.

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