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Is szynka wieprzowa vegan?

Szynka wieprzowa is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is szynka wieprzowa?

Szynka wieprzowa is a traditional Polish ingredient made from pork leg, which is cured and smoked to create a deliciously savory and slightly salty taste. This versatile ingredient can be eaten cold as a sandwich meat or heated up as a topping for pizza, pasta dishes, or baked potatoes. With its rich flavor and tender texture, szynka wieprzowa adds depth and complexity to a wide range of recipes. Whether you're cooking up a hearty stew or preparing a simple snack, this classic Polish ingredient is sure to impress your taste buds.

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