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Is poisson dont vegan?

Poisson dont is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poisson dont?

"Poisson dont" is a French term that translates to "fish tooth." This ingredient refers to the sharp, pointed teeth found in fish. While not typically consumed on their own, fish teeth can be used as a natural source of calcium or added for texture and visual appeal in certain dishes, particularly in Southeast Asian cuisine. With a unique shape and distinct crunch, poisson dont adds a subtle but intriguing element to seafood soups, stews, and salads. Sustainably sourced and rich in nutrients, including collagen, poisson dont presents a creative and environmentally friendly way to use an often overlooked part of the fish.

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