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Are extraits de crustaces vegan?

Extraits de crustaces is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extraits de crustaces?

Extraits de crustacés is a French term that translates to "extracts of crustaceans" in English. This ingredient is typically made by boiling or simmering the shells and other parts of crustaceans, such as lobster, crab, or shrimp, in water. The resulting liquid is then strained to remove any solid particles, leaving behind a concentrated flavor and aroma that is rich in umami. Extraits de crustacés is often used as a base for soups, sauces, or stews, adding depth and complexity to dishes without overpowering them. It's also a popular seasoning in French cuisine, particularly in seafood dishes.

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