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Is aux cabillaud vegan?

Aux cabillaud is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aux cabillaud?

Aux cabillaud is a French term that refers to a delicious and versatile ingredient used in many traditional French dishes. This ingredient is none other than cod, a mild-flavored white fish that is popular worldwide. Cod is known for its delicate, flaky texture and subtle flavor, which makes it an excellent choice for a variety of recipes. Aux cabillaud can be cooked in a number of ways, including baking, grilling, frying, and poaching. It is also commonly used in French cuisine to make dishes like brandade de morue, a creamy cod and potato spread, and bouillabaisse, a flavorful fish soup. With its mild taste and versatility, aux cabillaud is a beloved ingredient that is sure to please any.

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