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Is farm raised tilapia vegan?

Farm raised tilapia is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farm raised tilapia?

Farm-raised tilapia is a versatile freshwater fish widely used in culinary applications due to its mild, slightly sweet flavor and firm, white flesh. This sustainable protein source is raised in controlled ponds that are free from contaminants, ensuring consistent quality and taste. Tilapia is an excellent source of lean protein, low in saturated fats, and high in beneficial omega-3 fatty acids, making it a healthy choice for seafood lovers. With its delicate texture and subtle taste, farm-raised tilapia can be baked, grilled, fried or sautéed with a variety of seasonings and sauces to make mouth-watering entrees that are packed with nutrition.

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