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Is de graisse de canard vegan?

De graisse de canard is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de graisse de canard?

"De graisse de canard" is a flavorful and popular ingredient in French cuisine, prized for its rich, savory taste and creamy texture. Translated as "duck fat," it is made by rendering the fat from the meat of the duck. This process creates a versatile cooking fat that adds depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes. Duck fat is commonly used to roast potatoes and vegetables, sear meats, and to sauté mushrooms and onions. With its distinct aroma and flavor, "de graisse de canard" is a must-have ingredient for any serious home cook or professional chef.

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