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Is œufs de de cabillaud vegan?

Œufs de de cabillaud is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œufs de de cabillaud?

"Œufs de cabillaud" is a French delicacy that translates to "cod roe" in English. These small, bright orange eggs are packed with flavor and are often used in traditional dishes like taramasalata or served simply as a seafood appetizer. Rich in protein and omega-3 fatty acids, œufs de cabillaud are a nutritious addition to any diet. They have a slightly salty taste that pairs well with other seafood flavors, making them a popular ingredient in many Mediterranean and Nordic cuisines. Enjoyed fresh or preserved, these eggs add a unique touch of sophistication to any dish.

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