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Is fôie maigre de canard vegan?

Fôie maigre de canard is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fôie maigre de canard?

Foie maigre de canard, or lean duck liver, is a delicacy known for its rich, buttery flavor and smooth, velvety texture. Unlike traditional foie gras, which comes from the fatty liver of force-fed ducks, lean duck liver is obtained from naturally raised ducks that are fed a balanced diet and allowed to roam freely. The result is a healthier and more ethical alternative that still delivers the intense taste and luxurious mouthfeel that foie gras is famous for. With its versatility and gourmet appeal, lean duck liver is a must-try ingredient for any food lover or chef looking to elevate their dishes.

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