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Are boulettes de viandes vegan?

Boulettes de viandes is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is boulettes de viandes?

Boulettes de viandes, also known as meatballs, are a savory and versatile ingredient commonly found in French cuisine. These small, round balls of ground beef, pork, or veal are mixed with herbs, spices, and breadcrumbs, then cooked until tender and juicy. They can be served as a standalone dish with tomato sauce, added to soups, stews, or pasta dishes, or used as a filling for sandwiches. Boulettes de viandes are a popular comfort food that can be prepared in various ways to suit different tastes and preferences. Their rich flavor and texture make them a favorite among meat lovers and a staple ingredient in many French-style meals.

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