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Is sang porc vegan?

Sang porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sang porc?

"Sang porc" is a rich and flavorful ingredient that is commonly used in French cuisine. It is a type of blood sausage made from pig's blood and fat, mixed with onions, spices, and bread crumbs. The mixture is then stuffed into a natural casing and cooked until firm. The resulting sausage has a deep, earthy flavor with hints of iron and spice. It can be enjoyed on its own or used as a flavorful addition to stews, soups, and other hearty dishes. Despite its unique taste, "sang porc" is not commonly found in many countries, making it a sought-after delicacy for those who enjoy exploring new flavors.

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