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Are chlamys nobilis vegan?

Chlamys nobilis is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chlamys nobilis?

Chlamys nobilis, also known as the noble scallop, is a species of bivalve mollusk found in the cold waters of the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean. This exquisite and highly-prized seafood ingredient is renowned for its sweet and delicate flavor, as well as its tender and succulent texture. The shells of chlamys nobilis are also highly valued for their intricate patterns and beautiful hues of orange, pink, and purple. Harvested by hand in a sustainable manner, chlamys nobilis is a premium ingredient used by chefs around the world to create elegant and refined dishes that showcase its natural beauty and subtle taste.

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