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Is scrapple pork vegan?

Scrapple pork is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is scrapple pork?

Scrapple pork is a traditional American food ingredient that originated in Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine. It's made by simmering pork scraps, trimmings, and offal with cornmeal and spices like sage, thyme, and black pepper. The mixture is then formed into a loaf or cake, sliced, and fried until golden brown. Scrapple has a crispy exterior and a soft, savory interior with a distinct meaty flavor. It's a versatile ingredient that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and pairs well with eggs, toast, or even as a sandwich filling. Despite its humble origins, scrapple has gained popularity among foodies and chefs for its unique taste and texture.

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