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Is euthynnus vegan?

Euthynnus is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is euthynnus?

Euthynnus is a type of fish commonly known as little tunny or false albacore. This small, streamlined fish has a bullet-shaped body that is blue-gray on top and silver-white on the bottom. Euthynnus is a highly migratory species found in warm waters around the world, and it is popular among anglers for its powerful swimming abilities and strong fighting spirit. In the kitchen, euthynnus is prized for its firm, flavorful flesh, which is rich in protein and omega-3 fatty acids. It is a versatile ingredient that can be grilled, baked, or broiled, and is commonly used in dishes like sushi, ceviche, and fish tacos.

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