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Is saumon fümé vegan?

Saumon fümé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is saumon fümé?

Saumon fumé is a delicious ingredient that adds depth and complexity to any dish. This French term refers to smoked salmon, which has been expertly cured and then slowly smoked over wood chips until it develops a rich, smoky flavor. The process of smoking also gives the salmon a firm, flaky texture that is perfect for using in salads, pasta dishes, and sandwiches. Saumon fumé pairs well with a variety of other ingredients, including cream cheese, capers, and dill, making it a versatile addition to any recipe. Whether you're looking to add some protein to your breakfast or elevate your dinner game, saumon fumé is an excellent choice.

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