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Are lardons fumes vegan?

Lardons fumes is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lardons fumes?

Lardons fumés, also known as smoked bacon lardons, are small pieces of cured pork belly that have been cut into thin strips and then smoked. The smoking process gives them a rich, smoky flavor and a slightly crispy texture. These lardons are a popular ingredient in French cuisine, often used to add flavor to dishes like salads, quiches, and stews. They are also a staple in many classic French recipes, including coq au vin and boeuf bourguignon. Lardons fumés can be found in most specialty food stores and online retailers and are a must-try for any food lover looking to add some delicious, smoky flavor to their cooking.

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