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Is graisse d'oie vegan?

Graisse d'oie is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graisse d'oie?

Graisse d'oie, or goose fat, is a rich and flavorful ingredient that is highly valued in French cuisine. This luxurious fat is made by rendering the fat from the bird's skin and has a distinctive, nutty flavor that adds depth and complexity to dishes. Its high smoke point makes it ideal for roasting, frying, and baking, and its creamy texture creates velvety sauces and confits. Graisse d'oie is also a healthy alternative to butter or vegetable oils, containing less saturated fat and more unsaturated fats that are beneficial for cardiovascular health. A must-have ingredient in any gourmet kitchen, graisse d'oie adds a touch of decadence to any dish.

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