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Is chlamys albidus vegan?

Chlamys albidus is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chlamys albidus?

Chlamys albidus, also known as the white scallop, is a species of bivalve mollusk found in the Mediterranean Sea. It is highly sought after for its succulent meat, which has a delicate, sweet flavor with a slightly nutty aftertaste. The white scallop is typically harvested by divers, making it a prized delicacy. It is also a popular ingredient in Mediterranean cuisine and is often served grilled or pan-seared with a variety of seasonings and sauces. In addition to its culinary uses, Chlamys albidus is also valued for its pearl-producing capabilities, with some specimens producing highly sought-after pearls.

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