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Is roasted turkey thigh vegan?

Roasted turkey thigh is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is roasted turkey thigh?

Roasted turkey thigh is a savory and succulent cut of meat that is perfect for a hearty meal. The meat is roasted to perfection, ensuring that it is juicy and flavorful with a crispy skin on the outside. The thigh is known for its rich taste and tender texture, making it a popular choice for holiday dinners or special occasions. This versatile ingredient can be enjoyed on its own or used in a variety of recipes, from sandwiches and wraps to soups and stews. Its high protein content and low fat make it a healthy choice for fitness enthusiasts looking to fuel their workouts.

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