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Is foie gras de pato vegan?

Foie gras de pato is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is foie gras de pato?

Foie gras de pato, which translates to "duck liver" in English, is a highly valued ingredient in French cuisine. It is made from the liver of ducks that have been force-fed to fatten their livers, resulting in a smooth, buttery texture and rich flavor that is unlike any other food. Foie gras de pato is often enjoyed as a delicacy, either on its own or incorporated into dishes such as pâté, terrines, or even decadent burgers. Although controversial due to concerns about animal welfare, its unique taste and texture continue to make it a sought-after ingredient among foodies and gourmands alike.

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