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Is noix de st-jacques sans corail vegan?

Noix de st-jacques sans corail is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is noix de st-jacques sans corail?

"Noix de St-Jacques sans corail" is a culinary ingredient that translates to "scallops without coral." This delicacy is an exquisite source of tender, succulent meat harvested from the adductor muscles of scallops. The absence of the coral, which is the reproductive gland of the scallop, enhances the purity of the flavor and texture. Scallops without coral are often seared quickly in a hot pan with butter or olive oil to create a golden crust while still retaining their delicate juiciness. They make for a sumptuous addition to any gourmet seafood dish.

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