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Is couenne et gras de porc vegan?

Couenne et gras de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is couenne et gras de porc?

Couenne et gras de porc is a traditional French ingredient made from the skin and fat of pigs. This ingredient is widely used in French cuisine and is particularly popular in the preparation of charcuterie and paté. The couenne, or skin, is prized for its gelatinous texture and is often used to add a rich, savory flavor to dishes. The fat, meanwhile, is highly valued for its ability to add moisture and flavor to meats and other ingredients. When used in moderation, couenne et gras de porc can add a delicious depth of flavor and texture to a wide range of recipes, from stews and soups to sausages and terrines.

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