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Are coquille saint-jacques vegan?

Coquille saint-jacques is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is coquille saint-jacques?

Coquille Saint-Jacques is a classic French dish made with scallops that are sautéed in butter and white wine, then placed back into their shells and baked with a creamy mixture of breadcrumbs, herbs, and cheese. The dish is typically served as an appetizer or main course and has a delicate flavor and texture that make it a favorite among seafood lovers. Coquille Saint-Jacques is often associated with haute cuisine and is a popular choice for special occasions and fine dining establishments. This elegant and sophisticated dish is sure to impress even the most discerning palates.

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