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Are ambergis vegan?

Ambergis is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ambergis?

Ambergris is a rare and unique food ingredient that is prized for its musky and earthy aroma, as well as its ability to enhance the flavors of savory and sweet dishes alike. It is a waxy substance that is produced by the digestive system of sperm whales, and can be found washed up on beaches or extracted directly from hunted whales. Ambergris has been used for centuries in perfumes, and is now gaining popularity among top chefs as a secret ingredient to add depth and complexity to their culinary creations. Despite its rarity and high price tag, ambergris continues to captivate the palates of foodies and gourmands around the world.

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