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Is graisses de boeuf vegan?

Graisses de boeuf is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graisses de boeuf?

Graisses de boeuf, also known as beef fat, is a versatile ingredient that adds flavor and richness to a variety of dishes. Obtained from the adipose tissue of cattle, it has a high smoke point, making it ideal for frying and sautéing. It's also commonly used in traditional French cuisine to make confit, a slow-cooked meat dish that's preserved in its own fat. Graisses de boeuf is a source of vitamin E and other beneficial nutrients, and its unique flavor can enhance the taste of soups, stews, and sauces. Its creamy texture makes it a popular ingredient in baking, particularly in pie crusts and pastries.

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