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Is le canard vegan?

Le canard is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is le canard?

Le Canard, also known as duck in English, is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that adds richness to many dishes. It's tender and succulent meat can be roasted, grilled or pan-fried, and its fat is often used for cooking potatoes or added to sauces for extra depth of flavor. Duck is commonly used in French cuisine, where it's served with fruit-based sauces like cherry or orange. When cooked correctly, the meat retains a crispy skin with juicy, tender meat that pairs well with earthy spices like thyme and rosemary. Le Canard is a perfect choice for those looking to add a touch of luxury to their meals.

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