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Are de volailles vegan?

De volailles is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de volailles?

"De volailles" is a French term that translates to "of poultry," indicating that the ingredient is derived from various poultry types, such as chicken, turkey, and duck. This versatile ingredient is commonly used in French cuisine to add rich and savory flavors to dishes. De volailles can be found in various forms, such as stocks, broths, and bases, and is often used as a base for sauces, soups, and stews. Its concentrated flavor and aroma make it a popular ingredient in dishes where depth and complexity of flavor are desired. De volailles is a must-have in any chef's kitchen who wants to elevate the taste of their poultry-based dishes.

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