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Are st-jacques vegan?

St-jacques is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is st-jacques?

St-Jacques, also known as scallops, are a popular and highly prized seafood ingredient. These tender and succulent bivalve mollusks are characterized by their signature fan-shaped shells and sweet, delicate flavor. They can be found in both fresh and frozen varieties, and are often prepared in a variety of ways including searing, grilling, or poaching. St-Jacques are a good source of protein, low in fat, and rich in minerals such as selenium and zinc. They are a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes, from creamy seafood chowders to simple seared scallops served with lemon and butter.

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