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Is viande séparée mécaniquement de dinde vegan?

Viande séparée mécaniquement de dinde is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is viande séparée mécaniquement de dinde?

"Viande séparée mécaniquement de dinde" is a French term that refers to mechanically separated turkey meat. This ingredient is produced by forcing the turkey carcass through a sieve-like machine to separate the meat from the bones, tendons, and other connective tissues. It is a cost-effective way to produce lean meat for use in various food products, including sausages, hot dogs, and processed meats. While it is a popular ingredient in the food industry due to its affordability, it may not be as nutritious as whole meat since it can contain higher amounts of fat and sodium.

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