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Is os de poulet vegan?

Os de poulet is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is os de poulet?

Os de poulet, also known as chicken bones in English, are a versatile food ingredient that can add depth and flavor to many dishes. These small, slender bones are typically obtained from chickens and are prized for their rich collagen content, which can help to enhance the texture and mouthfeel of soups, stews, and broths. When simmered with aromatic vegetables and herbs, os de poulet can infuse dishes with a savory umami flavor that is both complex and satisfying. Whether used to create a hearty stock or as a garnish for a meaty entree, os de poulet is a must-have ingredient for any kitchen looking to elevate its culinary creations.

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