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Is duck liver vegan?

Duck liver is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is duck liver?

Duck liver, also known as foie gras, is a luxurious and indulgent ingredient in French cuisine. Rich and velvety in texture, it boasts a distinct and slightly sweet flavor with a subtle hint of earthiness. The unique taste comes from the duck's diet and lifestyle, which includes a high intake of grains and freedom to move around. It can be prepared in various ways, such as searing, poaching, or terrine, and is often served as a gourmet appetizer or garnish for meat dishes. A delicacy revered by food enthusiasts, duck liver adds a touch of elegance and decadence to any meal.

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