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Is merlu argentin vegan?

Merlu argentin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is merlu argentin?

Merlu argentin, also known as Argentine hake, is a versatile and delicious white fish that's popular in many parts of the world. This cold-water species is found off the coasts of Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile, and is sustainably harvested using longline and trawl fishing methods. With a mild, sweet flavor and tender, flaky texture, merlu argentin is ideal for grilling, baking, frying, or poaching. It's also an excellent source of lean protein and omega-3 fatty acids, making it a healthy addition to any diet. Try using merlu argentin in your favorite seafood recipes for a taste of the South Atlantic.

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