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Are ecrevisses vegan?

Ecrevisses is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ecrevisses?

Ecrevisses, also known as freshwater crayfish, are a delicacy in French cuisine. These small crustaceans have a reddish-brown shell and a tender, succulent meat that's reminiscent of lobster. Ecrevisses are typically prepared by boiling or grilling, and their rich flavor pairs well with garlic, butter, and white wine sauce. They're commonly used in dishes like étouffée, gumbo, and bisque, and are popular among seafood lovers for their unique taste and texture. While ecrevisses are primarily found in Europe, they can also be sourced from North America and Asia.

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