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Is putenoberkeulen vegan?

Putenoberkeulen is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is putenoberkeulen?

Putenschenkel, also known as "putenoberkeulen," refers to a popular poultry cut originating from Germany that is highly rich in flavor and nutrition. This delicious ingredient is taken from the lower portion of the turkey leg and thigh, offering a succulent meaty texture that's perfect for grilling or roasting. The golden-brown skin provides a crispy exterior that seals in the savory juices, while the tender meat inside is lean, moist, and packed with protein. Whether you're preparing a festive feast or a quick weeknight meal, putenoberkeulen is an excellent choice for adding taste and variety to your recipes.

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