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Is chinook salmon vegan?

Chinook salmon is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chinook salmon?

Chinook salmon, also known as King salmon, is a highly prized and sought-after species of Pacific salmon. With its firm, juicy flesh and rich, buttery flavor, it's no wonder why it's considered the king of salmon. Chinook salmon are larger than other varieties of salmon, weighing up to 100 pounds when fully grown. They have a distinctive reddish-pink color, which comes from their diet of krill and other crustaceans. This nutrient-rich diet also gives them their high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, making them a healthy choice for any meal. Whether grilled, smoked, or baked, Chinook salmon is a versatile ingredient that adds a touch of luxury to any dish.

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