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Is peau de volaille vegan?

Peau de volaille is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is peau de volaille?

Peau de volaille, also known as poultry skin, is a versatile ingredient used in cooking to add flavor, texture, and richness to a variety of dishes. This thin, flexible layer of skin is obtained from various types of poultry, such as chicken, turkey, and duck. The skin is often seasoned with spices, herbs, or salt and then roasted or fried until crispy. When used in recipes, peau de volaille imparts a savory, umami flavor that complements the main ingredients. It can be used as a garnish or as a crispy coating for meats, fish, or vegetables, adding depth and complexity to any dish.

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