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Is homarus americanus vegan?

Homarus americanus is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is homarus americanus?

Homarus americanus, commonly known as American lobster, is a highly sought-after crustacean species that inhabits the cold waters of the Atlantic Ocean. This ingredient boasts sweet, succulent meat with a firm texture and a subtly briny taste, making it a popular choice in various cuisines around the world. The American lobster's distinctive appearance features large claws and a spiny exoskeleton that ranges from greenish-brown to dark blue color. Due to its high economic value and unique flavor profile, Homarus americanus is often considered a delicacy and is frequently used in upscale seafood dishes.

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