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Are seiches vegan?

Seiches is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is seiches?

Seiches, also known as cuttlefish, are a type of cephalopod mollusk that belongs to the same family as squids and octopuses. They have a distinct oval-shaped body with a mantle that is soft and fragile, and eight arms with two rows of suckers. Seiches are known for their flavorful, tender, and delicate flesh, making them a popular ingredient in Mediterranean and Asian cuisines. They are often grilled, sautéed, fried, or stewed and can be used in a wide variety of dishes, from appetizers to main courses. Seiches are also a good source of protein, minerals, and vitamins, making them a healthy addition to any diet.

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