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Is encre de céphalopode vegan?

Encre de céphalopode is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is encre de céphalopode?

Encre de céphalopode, or cephalopod ink, is a flavorful and versatile ingredient used in many culinary traditions worldwide. This ink is extracted from the ink sac of various types of cephalopods, such as squid and cuttlefish, and is often used to flavor and color dishes like risotto, pasta, and seafood stews. Its deep black color adds an elegant touch to any dish, while its briny, slightly sweet taste enhances the natural flavors of seafood. Cephalopod ink is also rich in antioxidants and may have anti-inflammatory properties, making it a healthy addition to your diet.

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