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Is filet de colin d alaska vegan?

Filet de colin d alaska is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is filet de colin d alaska?

Filet de colin d'Alaska, also known as Alaska pollock fillet, is a versatile and nutritious seafood ingredient that is popular in many cuisines around the world. Sustainably harvested from the icy waters of the North Pacific Ocean, Alaska pollock is a lean white fish that is low in fat and high in protein. Its mild flavor and delicate texture make it a great choice for a variety of dishes, from fish and chips to seafood stews and soups. Filets de colin d'Alaska are easy to cook and can be prepared in a range of ways, from baking and grilling to pan-frying and poaching.

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