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Is omble chevalier vegan?

Omble chevalier is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is omble chevalier?

Omble chevalier, also known as Arctic char, is a freshwater fish species that inhabits cold waters of the northern hemisphere. With a striking reddish-orange color and delicate texture, omble chevalier is versatile in the kitchen, lending itself well to a range of culinary preparations. Its flavor is often described as mild and slightly sweet, with a subtle earthiness that pairs well with herbs and spices. Whether grilled, pan-seared, or baked, this sustainable fish is a delicious addition to any meal, providing a healthy dose of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and essential nutrients.

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