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Are patagonian scallops vegan?

Patagonian scallops is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is patagonian scallops?

Patagonian scallops are a delicacy found off the southern coast of Argentina, where the waters are cold and pristine. These bivalves are prized for their sweet, meaty flesh and delicate texture. Patagonian scallops are larger than their oceanic counterparts and have a distinct flavor profile due to the unique blend of nutrients in the water. They are often served seared or grilled with a simple seasoning of lemon juice and olive oil, allowing the natural flavor of the scallops to shine through. With their rich taste and beautiful presentation, Patagonian scallops are a true culinary delight.

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