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Is filets de canard vegan?

Filets de canard is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is filets de canard?

Filets de canard, also known as duck fillets, are a succulent and flavorful cut of meat that come from the breast of a duck. The meat is lean, tender, and rich in flavor, with a slightly gamey taste that pairs well with sweet fruits and tangy sauces. Typically, filets de canard are seared on the stove or grilled to perfection, resulting in a crispy skin and juicy center. This versatile ingredient can be served on its own, sliced atop salads, or used in a variety of dishes such as stews, stir-fries, and pastas. A delicacy in French cuisine, filets de canard add elegance and sophistication to any meal.

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