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Is magret de canard vegan?

Magret de canard is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is magret de canard?

Magret de canard is a French delicacy made from the breast of a duck that has been specially bred for foie gras production. The meat is rich and flavorful, with a deep red color and a slightly gamey taste. It is often prepared by searing the skin side until crispy, then finishing it in the oven to maintain its juiciness. Magret de canard pairs well with fruity sauces such as cherry or orange, and is commonly served alongside roasted vegetables or potatoes. Its distinctive flavor and elegant presentation make it a popular choice for special occasions and fine dining establishments.

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