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Is cuttlefish vegan?

Cuttlefish is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cuttlefish?

Cuttlefish is a fascinating and delicious ingredient that comes from the family of marine cephalopods. With a unique texture and flavor, cuttlefish has become increasingly popular in gourmet cuisine around the world. This versatile seafood can be grilled, fried, or used in stews and soups, providing a rich and savory taste to any dish. Cuttlefish is also highly nutritious, packed with protein and minerals like calcium, iron, and zinc, making it a healthy and flavorful addition to any diet. Whether you're a seafood lover or simply looking for a new culinary adventure, cuttlefish is an ingredient that is sure to impress.

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