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Is squab vegan?

Squab is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is squab?

Squab is a delicacy that is often described as a young domestic pigeon, prized for its tender and flavorful meat. It is a dark meat with a rich, gamey flavor that is often compared to duck or dark chicken meat. Squab is typically harvested between four to five weeks old, making it incredibly tender and succulent. Due to its rich flavor and tender texture, squab is often featured in high-end restaurants and gourmet cuisine. It can be prepared in a variety of ways, including roasting, grilling, or pan-searing, and is typically served with flavorful sauces or marinades to enhance its natural flavor.

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