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Is viande et gras de bovin vegan?

Viande et gras de bovin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is viande et gras de bovin?

"Viande et gras de bovin" is a French term that translates to "beef meat and fat." This ingredient is obtained from the muscular and fatty tissues of cattle, typically from mature animals. It is a versatile ingredient that is used in a wide range of dishes, from stews and roasts to ground beef for burgers and sausages. The fat content in the beef adds flavor, moisture, and texture to the dishes. When cooked properly, the meat becomes tender and juicy, making it a popular choice among meat lovers. However, it is essential to choose high-quality beef to ensure the best taste and nutritional value.

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