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Is foìe gras de canard vegan?

Foìe gras de canard is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is foìe gras de canard?

Foie gras de canard is a luxurious and decadent ingredient that originates from the French culinary tradition. Literally translated to "fatty liver of duck," foie gras is made by force-feeding ducks to fatten their livers, resulting in a rich, buttery texture and delicate flavor that melts in your mouth. This gourmet delicacy is often served as a delicacy on its own, or used as an indulgent addition to dishes like salads, pasta, or even burgers. With its unmistakable flavor and luxurious texture, foie gras de canard is a prized ingredient among food connoisseurs and chefs alike.

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