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Is minimum de viande d'agneau vegan?

Minimum de viande d'agneau is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is minimum de viande d'agneau?

"Minimum de viande d'agneau" is a French term that translates to "minimum amount of lamb meat". This ingredient typically refers to a small quantity of lamb meat used in recipes, often to provide flavor and texture to dishes. Lamb meat is known for its distinct taste and tenderness, making it a popular choice for many cuisines around the world. When used in moderation, minimum de viande d'agneau can add richness and depth to stews, curries, and other savory dishes. This ingredient is a great way to incorporate the unique flavor of lamb into your cooking without overwhelming other ingredients.

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