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Is pollo vegan?

Pollo is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pollo?

Pollo is the Spanish word for chicken, a versatile and popular food ingredient enjoyed around the world. This lean protein source is an excellent addition to a healthy diet, as it contains essential nutrients such as protein, vitamin B6, and phosphorus. Chicken can be prepared in numerous ways, from grilling and roasting to frying and stewing, making it a staple in many cuisines. Its mild flavor pairs well with a wide range of herbs, spices, and sauces, making it a great base for many dishes. Whether you're looking for a quick and easy weeknight dinner or an impressive centerpiece for a special occasion, pollo is a delicious and nutritious choice.

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