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Is avec coque vegan?

Avec coque is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is avec coque?

"Avec coque" is a French term that translates to "with shell." This ingredient refers to foods that are served with their natural outer layer intact, such as nuts or shellfish. The shell provides protection and helps retain the food's natural flavor and texture. Eating "avec coque" ingredients can be a fun and interactive experience, requiring the diner to crack open the shell to access the edible part inside. However, it's important to be cautious when consuming shellfish to avoid any potential allergies or health risks. Overall, "avec coque" adds a unique touch to dishes and can enhance both the presentation and taste of a meal.

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