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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 is a French culinary ingredient that translates to "goose fat" in English. It is a type of rendered fat that is extracted from the fatty tissues of geese, and is known for its rich, savory flavor and creamy texture. This ingredient has been a staple in French cooking for centuries, and is commonly used to enhance the flavor and texture of meats, vegetables, and pastries. Graisse d'oie is also prized for its high smoke point, making it ideal for frying and sautéing. Its unique taste and versatility make it a must-have ingredient for any serious home cook or professional chef.

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