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Is dés de jambon vegan?

Dés de jambon is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dés de jambon?

Dés de jambon is a popular ingredient in French cuisine, consisting of small cubed pieces of ham. This versatile ingredient adds a savory and salty flavor to various dishes, including omelets, quiches, salads, and pasta dishes. The ham is typically cooked, cured, and then cut into small cubes, making it easy to incorporate into any recipe. Dés de jambon is a convenient and flavorful option for adding protein to meals, making it a staple ingredient in many French households. Its distinct taste and texture make it a favorite among food enthusiasts, and a must-try for anyone looking to elevate their cooking game.

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