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Are coques vegan?

Coques is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is coques?

Coques, also known as razor clams, are a type of shellfish found in coastal regions worldwide. These elongated and narrow clams have a delicate texture and a slightly sweet, briny flavor that's reminiscent of the ocean. They are typically harvested by hand using specialized tools and require expert preparation to extract the meat from the shell without damaging it. Coques can be enjoyed raw, grilled, sautĂŠed, or fried, and are a popular ingredient in seafood dishes, particularly in Mediterranean and Asian cuisines. With their unique flavor and texture, coques are a prized delicacy that adds a touch of elegance to any seafood recipe.

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