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Is filets de thon vegan?

Filets de thon is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is filets de thon?

Filets de thon, which translates to "tuna fillets" in English, are a delectable ingredient that can elevate any dish. These fillets are cut from the loins of yellowfin or bluefin tuna, two of the most prized species in the world of seafood. They have a firm texture and a rich, meaty flavor that pairs well with a wide range of seasonings and sauces. Filets de thon are a versatile ingredient that can be grilled, seared, or baked, making them perfect for a variety of dishes, from sushi rolls to salads to sandwiches. Their delicate taste and tender texture make them a favorite among seafood lovers worldwide.

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