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Are foie de volailles vegan?

Foie de volailles is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is foie de volailles?

Foie de volailles is a French culinary term that refers to the liver of domesticated poultry, such as chicken or duck. This ingredient is highly prized for its rich and buttery flavor, making it a popular addition to many dishes, especially in French cuisine. Foie de volailles can be prepared in various ways, including pan-seared, sautéed, or poached, and often served with fruit compotes, sauces, or bread. Despite being controversial due to ethical concerns regarding animal welfare practices, foie de volailles remains a delicacy enjoyed by many gastronomic enthusiasts worldwide.

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