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Is merluccius paradoxus vegan?

Merluccius paradoxus is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is merluccius paradoxus?

Merluccius paradoxus, also known as the Southern hake or Patagonian hake, is a species of fish found in the deep, cold waters off the coast of South America. With delicate, white flesh that is low in fat and high in protein, it is a popular ingredient in seafood dishes around the world. Its mild flavor makes it versatile for a range of preparations, from grilling to baking to frying. Sustainable fishing practices have helped to ensure the continued availability of this delicious and nutritious seafood option.

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