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Is peau de dinde vegan?

Peau de dinde is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is peau de dinde?

Peau de dinde is a French term that translates to "turkey skin" in English. This ingredient is typically used in cooking to add flavor, texture, and moisture to dishes. Turkey skin is rich in fat, which makes it a popular ingredient for enhancing the taste of roasted or grilled turkey dishes. Peau de dinde is also a source of collagen, a protein that can help improve skin, joint, and gut health. It can be cooked separately and added to dishes or used as a coating for meat to make it more flavorful and juicy. With its unique taste and texture, peau de dinde can elevate any dish to the next level.

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