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Is entenfleisch vegan?

Entenfleisch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is entenfleisch?

Entenfleisch is a German term that refers to the meat of ducks, which is widely used in various culinary traditions. The meat is rich in flavor and has a tender texture, making it a popular ingredient in dishes such as roasted duck, confit, and duck breast. Due to its distinctive taste, entenfleisch is often used as an alternative to chicken or turkey in various recipes. When cooked properly, the meat retains its juiciness and delicate flavor, making it an excellent choice for a hearty and satisfying meal. Additionally, entenfleisch is a great source of protein and various essential nutrients, including iron, zinc, and vitamin B12.

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