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Are anneaux de calamars blanchis vegan?

Anneaux de calamars blanchis is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is anneaux de calamars blanchis?

"Anneaux de calamars blanchis" are tender and succulent rings of squid that have been expertly prepared through a process of blanching. This technique involves briefly immersing the squid in boiling water before immediately plunging it into ice-cold water to preserve its delicate texture and flavor. The result is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a wide range of dishes, from classic Mediterranean seafood salads to more elaborate Asian-inspired stir-fries. Whether grilled, fried or marinated, "anneaux de calamars blanchis" add a delightful oceanic touch to any meal.

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