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Is ethyl morrhuatelipineate vegan?

Ethyl morrhuatelipineate is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ethyl morrhuatelipineate?

Ethyl morrhuatelipineate is a rare and exotic food ingredient derived from cod liver oil. It is a synthetic ester formed by the reaction of ethyl alcohol and morrhuatelipineic acid, a fatty acid found in the liver of the cod. This ingredient is known for its nutty and slightly sweet flavor profile, which adds a unique dimension to various dishes. Ethyl morrhuatelipineate is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, making it a healthy addition to any meal. Due to its scarcity and delicate extraction process, this ingredient is highly prized by gourmet chefs and food connoisseurs.

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