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Is cigala vegan?

Cigala is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cigala?

Cigala is a delicate, yet flavorful crustacean that is commonly found in the Mediterranean Sea. Also known as "Norway lobster," cigala has a distinctively sweet and rich taste that's often compared to that of langoustines or prawns. This small delicacy boasts an alluring bright red shell, which contrasts beautifully with its tender white meat. Cigala is prized by seafood aficionados for its versatility in the kitchen, as it can be grilled, boiled, sautéed, or baked into many different dishes. Whether served on its own or as part of a seafood medley, cigala is sure to add a touch of luxury to any meal.

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