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Is poitrine porc vegan?

Poitrine porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poitrine porc?

Poitrine porc, also known as pork belly, is a succulent cut of meat that comes from the belly of a pig. Its rich marbling and layers of fat make it an ideal ingredient for adding flavor and tenderness to any dish. When cooked low and slow, poitrine porc becomes melt-in-your-mouth tender, with crispy skin on top. It's commonly used in Asian cuisine, such as Korean barbecue and Chinese braised pork belly, but can also be found in traditional Western dishes like bacon and pancetta. Whether grilled, roasted, or fried, poitrine porc is sure to add depth and deliciousness to any meal.

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