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Is merluza vegan?

Merluza is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is merluza?

Merluza, also known as hake, is a popular and versatile fish found in the cold waters of the North Atlantic. With a mild, slightly sweet taste and firm, white flesh, merluza is a go-to ingredient for many seafood lovers. It's low in fat and high in protein, making it a healthy choice for any meal. Merluza can be grilled, baked, fried, or poached and pairs well with a variety of spices and flavors. Its delicate flavor and texture make it perfect for seafood stews, soups, and chowders. Whether you're a seafood aficionado or just looking to add more variety to your diet, merluza is a delicious and nutritious choice.

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