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Is astrakhan vegan?

Astrakhan is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is astrakhan?

Astrakhan is a type of caviar that comes from the eggs of the Beluga Sturgeon, a fish that is native to the Caspian and Black Sea regions. These large, luxurious pearls have a smooth, buttery texture and a rich, complex flavor that is often described as nutty and creamy, with hints of ocean brine. Because of its rarity and exquisite taste, astrakhan caviar is considered a gourmet delicacy and is often served in high-end restaurants and at special occasions. Its distinctive flavor and texture make it a prized ingredient in many culinary creations, from elegant canapes to decadent pasta dishes.

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