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Is tissus conjonctif de porc vegan?

Tissus conjonctif de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tissus conjonctif de porc?

"Tissus conjonctif de porc" is a French term that translates to "pork connective tissue" in English. This ingredient is derived from the connective tissue found in the muscle fibers of pigs. It is a tough, fibrous material that is often used in dishes that require slow cooking or braising to break down the connective tissue and release its flavorful collagen. Pork connective tissue is also a good source of protein and can add texture and depth to dishes such as stews, soups, and curries. When cooked properly, this ingredient can yield a delicious and hearty meal that is sure to satisfy.

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