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Is gras de veau vegan?

Gras de veau is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gras de veau?

Gras de veau is a French culinary term that refers to the fat obtained from a young calf. It is a prized ingredient in traditional French cuisine and adds an unmatched richness and depth of flavor to dishes such as sauces, pâtés, and terrines. Gras de veau has a creamy texture and a delicate, buttery taste, making it ideal for adding moisture and flavor to meat preparations. It is typically rendered and stored in jars, allowing chefs to easily incorporate it into their recipes. With its unique flavor profile and versatility, gras de veau is a must-have ingredient for any serious cook or chef.

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