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Is bluefin tuna vegan?

Bluefin tuna is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bluefin tuna?

Bluefin tuna is a highly prized ingredient in Japanese cuisine, known for its rich flavor and tender texture. This deep-sea dweller is one of the largest species of tuna, with some individuals reaching up to 1,500 pounds. Bluefin tuna has a dark red flesh that's high in healthy omega-3 fatty acids, making it a popular choice for sushi and sashimi. However, due to overfishing, bluefin tuna populations have declined significantly in recent years, leading to increased conservation efforts and regulations on its harvest. As such, bluefin tuna has become a rare delicacy, reserved only for special occasions and high-end restaurants.

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