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Is poulet fermier vegan?

Poulet fermier is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poulet fermier?

Poulet fermier, or "farmer's chicken" in English, refers to a type of free-range poultry that is raised on small farms. These chickens are typically allowed to roam freely, eat a varied diet, and grow at their natural pace, resulting in meat that is flavorful, succulent, and tender. Unlike factory-farmed chickens, poulet fermier is not pumped full of antibiotics or hormones, making it a healthier alternative for those seeking wholesome, natural food. Whether roasted, grilled, or used in stews and casseroles, poulet fermier adds a distinctive taste and texture to any dish.

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