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Is venison/deer cured vegan?

Venison/deer cured is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is venison/deer cured?

Venison, or deer meat, is a lean and flavorful protein that has been treasured in the culinary world for centuries. When venison is cured, it undergoes a process of preservation that uses salt, sugar, and spices to enhance its natural flavor and texture while extending its shelf life. The resulting cured venison boasts a rich and complex taste with a slightly sweet and salty profile that pairs well with other bold flavors like juniper berries, black pepper, and garlic. Whether sliced thin and served on a charcuterie board or used as a savory ingredient in stews, soups, or pastas, venison cured meats are a delicious and nutritious addition to any meal.

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