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Is le poisson vegan?

Le poisson is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is le poisson?

Le poisson is a French term that refers to fish, known for its versatility and health benefits. Fish are found in various forms, from freshwater to saltwater, and can be cooked or eaten raw. The texture and taste of le poisson vary depending on the species and preparation method, but it is generally lean and low in calories, making it an excellent source of protein for a balanced diet. Additionally, many types of fish are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which have been linked to improved heart and brain health. Whether enjoyed grilled, baked, or in sushi form, le poisson is a delicious and nutritious ingredient that deserves a place in any kitchen.

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