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Is merling vegan?

Merling is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is merling?

Merling is a lesser-known but flavorful ingredient that adds a touch of sophistication to any dish. This small, delicate fish is typically found in the deep, cold waters of the North Atlantic and is highly prized for its rich, buttery flavor and tender texture. Merling is often used in traditional Scandinavian cuisine, where it is pan-fried or grilled and served with a variety of flavorful accompaniments. This versatile fish can also be used in stews, soups, and chowders, where it adds a savory depth of flavor. Whether you're an experienced chef or a curious home cook, merling is a delicious ingredient that is sure to elevate your culinary creations.

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