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Are autres poissons vegan?

Autres poissons is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is autres poissons?

"Autres poissons" is a French term that translates to "other fish." This ingredient refers to a variety of fish types that may include freshwater or saltwater species, such as trout, catfish, tilapia, or cod. "Autres poissons" can be used in various dishes, including stews, soups, or grilled dishes. As a versatile ingredient, "autres poissons" adds a unique flavor and texture to any recipe, making it a popular choice among seafood lovers. Whether you are looking to create a classic fish recipe or experiment with new flavors, "autres poissons" is an excellent addition that will elevate your culinary creations.

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