What Animal Does Veal Come from?

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Veal is meat that is acquired from young cattle and is different from meat that is gotten from older cattle. Most veal is acquired from male calves though it can also be gotten from female calves of dairy breeds. There are five types of veal and the meat is an important ingredient in Italian and French cuisines from times ancient.
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Veal is meat produced from very young cattle, most often from the male calves of dairy cows.
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Veal comes from a baby cow. Many people however refuse to eat veal for this reason. They feel it is inhuman to kill a baby cow for this type of meat.
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Veal comes from calves (young bovines) that are less than 3 months of age.
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calves, which are baby cows. male calves, expecially male dairy calves, because they can not produce milk, are sold for veal or alot of them are thrown in a pile to die. I go buy/
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