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Is foie de poulet vegan?

Foie de poulet is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is foie de poulet?

Foie de poulet is the French term for chicken liver, a popular delicacy that has been used in various dishes worldwide. It is known for its rich and distinct flavor, which is both creamy and savory, with a slightly sweet undertone. Chicken liver is an excellent source of protein, iron, and vitamins, making it a nutritious ingredient to include in your diet. This versatile ingredient can be cooked in various ways, including sautéed, grilled, or pan-fried, and is commonly used in terrines, pâtés, and other charcuterie. Whether you're a gourmet chef or a home cook, foie de poulet is a must-try ingredient in your kitchen.

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