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Is geoduck vegan?

Geoduck is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is geoduck?

Geoduck, also known as the "King of Clams," is a large, saltwater clam that is native to the Pacific Northwest region of North America. Its name is derived from a Native American word meaning "dig deep," which is fitting since geoducks are found buried deep in the sand, and can live for over 100 years. The geoduck has a distinctive appearance with a long, siphon-like neck that can reach up to three feet in length, and a large, round body that can weigh over three pounds. Its sweet, mild flavor and firm texture make it a prized ingredient in sushi and other seafood dishes, and it's also believed to have several health benefits, including being a rich source of protein, vitamins, and minerals.

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