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Are noix de coquilles st-jacques vegan?

Noix de coquilles st-jacques is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is noix de coquilles st-jacques?

"Noix de coquilles St-Jacques" is a French term that refers to the plump, meaty adductor muscle of the scallop. This highly sought-after ingredient is prized for its delicate, sweet flavor and tender texture, making it a favorite among seafood lovers and gourmet chefs alike. Harvested from the pristine waters of the Atlantic and Pacific, these succulent morsels are often pan-seared, grilled or baked, and served as an elegant appetizer or main course. Whether enjoyed on their own or paired with complementary flavors like citrus, herbs, and butter, noix de coquilles St-Jacques is a culinary treasure that never fails to impress.

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