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Are d'écrevisses vegan?

D'écrevisses is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is d'écrevisses?

D'écrevisses is a French term that refers to crayfish tails, which are small freshwater crustaceans with a distinctive flavor and texture. These succulent morsels of shellfish are often used in traditional French cuisine to add depth and complexity to recipes such as étouffée, bisque, and jambalaya. D'écrevisses are prized for their delicate sweetness, tender flesh, and rich reddish-brown color, which make them an excellent choice for enhancing the flavor and appearance of any dish. Whether boiled, sautéed, or grilled, d'écrevisses are a versatile ingredient that can elevate any meal to gourmet status.

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