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Is crevette cuite vegan?

Crevette cuite is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is crevette cuite?

Crevette cuite, also known as cooked shrimp, is a delectable ingredient commonly used in various cuisines worldwide. These succulent crustaceans are first boiled or steamed to bring out their sweet, delicate flavor and firm texture. With their bright pink hue and slightly briny taste, cooked shrimp adds depth and complexity to dishes, making them a popular choice for salads, pasta dishes, stir-fries, and more. Packed with protein and essential nutrients like iodine and selenium, crevette cuite is not only delicious but also a healthy addition to any meal.

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