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Are argopecten irradians vegan?

Argopecten irradians is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is argopecten irradians?

Argopecten irradians, commonly known as the Atlantic bay scallop, is a species of saltwater clam found along the eastern coast of North America. This bivalve mollusk has a smooth, round shell with a series of ridges, and is highly valued for its delicate, sweet flavor and tender, succulent meat. With a distinctive ivory color, the Atlantic bay scallop is a popular ingredient in seafood dishes such as scallop ceviche, scallop risotto, and grilled scallops with herb butter. This versatile ingredient is also a rich source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and minerals like iron, calcium, and magnesium.

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