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Is gésier de canard vegan?

Gésier de canard is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gésier de canard?

Gésier de canard, or duck gizzard, is a flavorful and nutritious ingredient that is popular in French cuisine. It is a muscular organ located in the digestive tract of the duck, and has a firm, chewy texture that is similar to that of chicken gizzards. Duck gizzards are rich in protein and iron, and are a great source of collagen, which makes them ideal for use in soups, stews, and other slow-cooked dishes. They can also be grilled, fried, or pickled for a tasty and unique addition to any charcuterie board or salad. With their rich flavor and versatility, gésiers de canard are a must-try for any adventurous foodie.

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