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Is homarus gammarus vegan?

Homarus gammarus is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is homarus gammarus?

Homarus gammarus, commonly known as the European lobster, is a prized food ingredient that is highly sought after for its succulent meat and rich flavor profile. These crustaceans are known for their distinctive blue-black coloration, with large claws and a spiny body that provides ample protection in the wild. Harvested from the icy waters of the North Atlantic, Homarus gammarus is a delicacy that is enjoyed by seafood lovers around the world. Whether boiled, grilled or steamed, this premium ingredient is sure to impress even the most discerning palates, making it a standout choice for any gourmet dish.

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