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Are gélatine de porcs vegan?

Gélatine de porcs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gélatine de porcs?

Gélatine de porcs is a food ingredient made by boiling the skin, tendons, and bones of pigs until they break down into a gelatinous substance. This versatile ingredient is commonly used in desserts, such as jellies and marshmallows, but can also be found in some savory dishes as a thickening agent or to add texture. Its neutral flavor and odor make it easy to incorporate into a wide range of recipes. While it may not be suitable for vegetarians or those who avoid pork products, gélatine de porcs is a valuable ingredient for many cooks and bakers.

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