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Is turkey sausage vegan?

Turkey sausage is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is turkey sausage?

Turkey sausage is a type of sausage made from ground turkey meat, seasoned with various herbs and spices. It's a healthier alternative to traditional pork sausage, as it's lower in fat and calories while retaining a savory taste. The texture of turkey sausage can vary depending on how it's prepared - it can be crumbly or more solid, and can be flavored with ingredients like sage, thyme, garlic, and red pepper flakes. Turkey sausage can be cooked in various ways, including frying, grilling, or baking. It's a versatile ingredient that can add flavor and protein to breakfast dishes, casseroles, soups, and more.

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