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Is hoki de nouvelle zélande vegan?

Hoki de nouvelle zélande is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hoki de nouvelle zélande?

Hoki de Nouvelle Zélande, also known as blue hake or whiptail, is a species of fish found in the deep southern waters of New Zealand. Known for its delicate, flaky white flesh and mild flavor, it has become a popular ingredient in many delicious seafood dishes around the world. Hoki de Nouvelle Zélande is caught using sustainable fishing methods, making it a responsible choice for environmentally-conscious consumers. It's rich in protein, low in fat, and an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for maintaining good cardiovascular health.

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