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Is aux œufs de cabillaud vegan?

Aux œufs de cabillaud is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aux œufs de cabillaud?

"Aux œufs de cabillaud" is a French culinary term that translates to "with cod eggs". These small, orange-hued eggs are harvested from the female codfish and are considered a delicacy in many coastal regions of Europe. With a delicate yet briny flavor profile, they are often used as a garnish or ingredient in dishes such as seafood salads, pâtés, and soups. The texture of cod eggs is similar to that of caviar, making them a popular choice for seafood lovers looking for a more affordable alternative. Their distinctive appearance and unique flavor make "aux œufs de cabillaud" a sought-after ingredient in gourmet cooking.

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