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Are gras de bovins vegan?

Gras de bovins is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gras de bovins?

"Gras de bovins" is a French term that translates to "beef fat" in English. This ingredient is extracted from the adipose tissue of cattle and is used in a wide range of culinary applications due to its rich, buttery flavor and high smoke point. It is often used in the preparation of roasted and fried dishes to add depth of flavor and to create a crispy texture. Beef fat is also a popular ingredient in pastry and baking, where it is used to create flaky crusts and tender, moist cakes. As a natural and versatile ingredient, gras de bovins is a must-have in any kitchen looking to elevate its dishes to the next level.

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