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Is travers de porc vegan?

Travers de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is travers de porc?

Travers de porc, also known as pork ribs, are a succulent and flavorful cut of meat that is a staple in many cultures' cuisine. These meaty bones are usually cut into small pieces for easy cooking and are perfect for grilling, baking, or slow-cooking. They have a unique flavor that comes from the combination of the tender meat and the smoky taste from the cooking process. Travers de porc is often served with a variety of sauces, such as BBQ, honey mustard, or teriyaki, and pairs well with sides like coleslaw, mac and cheese, or baked beans. If you're a meat lover, you won't want to miss out on this delicious and versatile ingredient.

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