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Is de viande vegan?

De viande is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de viande?

"De viande" is a French term that translates to "of meat" in English. This ingredient is commonly used in traditional French cuisine, and it refers to a variety of meat-based products such as meat sauces, stocks, and broths. "De viande" can also be used to describe meat that has been prepared in a specific way, such as braised or roasted. The use of this ingredient in French cooking is an integral part of the country's culinary heritage, and it has been passed down through generations of chefs and home cooks. When incorporated into a dish, "de viande" adds depth and richness to the flavor profile, making it a must-have ingredient in any meat-based recipe.

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