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Are crevettes cuites vegan?

Crevettes cuites is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is crevettes cuites?

Crevettes cuites, also known as cooked shrimp, are a delectable seafood ingredient that adds depth and flavor to any dish. These succulent crustaceans are firm and plump, with a delicate sweetness that pairs well with various flavors. Crevettes cuites can be enjoyed on their own or used in salads, pasta dishes, stir-fries, and more. Rich in protein, low in calories, and packed with essential vitamins and minerals, this ingredient is a healthy choice for seafood lovers looking to elevate their cooking game. Whether boiled, grilled, sautéed, or steamed, crevettes cuites are a versatile addition to any culinary repertoire.

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