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Is turkey neck vegan?

Turkey neck is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is turkey neck?

Turkey neck is a flavorful and versatile ingredient that's often overlooked in cooking. It's a bony cut of meat with a rich, savory taste that comes from its high collagen content. Turkey necks are most commonly used in soups, stews, and gravies, but they can also be roasted or grilled for a crispy texture. Due to their high collagen levels, turkey necks are an excellent source of gelatin, which helps improve joint health, supports digestion, and promotes healthy skin and hair. When slow-cooked in a broth, turkey necks yield a tender, fall-off-the-bone meat that's perfect for adding depth and complexity to any dish.

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