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Is a noisette vegan?

A noisette is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is a noisette?

A noisette is a small, round piece of meat or fish that has been trimmed and shaped to resemble a hazelnut. The term "noisette" is French for hazelnut, and the shape of the cut is said to resemble the nut. Typically, noisettes are cut from tender cuts of meat, such as lamb or beef tenderloin, and are often prepared by pan-frying or grilling. This results in a juicy and flavorful piece of meat that is both visually appealing and delicious. Noisettes can also refer to a small roasted hazelnut that is coated in chocolate, making for a delicious and crunchy snack.

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