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Is aequipecten opercularis vegan?

Aequipecten opercularis is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aequipecten opercularis?

Aequipecten opercularis, commonly known as the Queen Scallop, is a bivalve mollusk that inhabits the cool waters of the North Atlantic Ocean. These shellfish are highly prized for their sweet, delicate flavor and tender texture, making them a favorite among seafood lovers. Aequipecten opercularis can be found in a range of sizes, from small to jumbo, and are often served steamed, grilled, or broiled with a variety of seasonings and sauces. Not only do they make for a delicious meal, but they are also a good source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and other essential nutrients.

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