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Is scallop vegan?

Scallop is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is scallop?

Scallops are a type of seafood that belong to the family Pectinidae. They have fan-shaped shells and a sweet, delicate flavor that makes them a popular ingredient in many cuisines. Scallops can be found in both saltwater and freshwater environments around the world, and they are typically harvested by diving or dredging. One of the unique aspects of scallops is their ability to swim by clapping their shells together, which propels them through the water. Scallops can be prepared in a variety of ways, including grilling, baking, and searing, and they pair well with a range of flavors such as garlic, lemon, and herb-infused butter.

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