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Is chlamys opercularis vegan?

Chlamys opercularis is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chlamys opercularis?

Chlamys opercularis, also known as the Queen scallop, is a species of scallop that is highly valued for its delicate, sweet, and nutty flavor. Found in the cool, nutrient-rich waters of the Atlantic Ocean, this bivalve mollusk is prized by chefs and seafood lovers alike for its tender, succulent meat. With a distinctive fan-shaped shell and a beautiful, iridescent pink color, the Queen scallop is a true delicacy that can be enjoyed in a variety of dishes, from simple seared scallops to complex seafood stews and soups. Whether you're a seafood aficionado or just looking to try something new, Chlamys opercularis is an ingredient that is sure to impress.

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