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Is poulethaut vegan?

Poulethaut is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poulethaut?

Poulethaut, also known as chicken skin, is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that is often used in various cuisines around the world. With its crispy texture and savory taste, poulethaut adds a delicious crunch and depth of flavor to many dishes, from crispy fried chicken to roasted meats and vegetables. High in protein and rich in flavor, poulethaut can also be used to make a delicious and nutrient-dense broth, adding a depth of flavor and nutrition to soups and stews. Whether used as a garnish or a main ingredient, poulethaut is a delicious and versatile ingredient that adds a unique twist to any dish.

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