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Is thon rosé vegan?

Thon rosé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is thon rosé?

Thon rosé, or pink tuna, is a delectable ingredient that offers a unique and delicate flavour profile to any dish. It's a versatile ingredient that can be enjoyed raw in sashimi or cooked on a grill. Thon rosé gets its name from the beautiful pink hue of the flesh, which comes from a special preparation process where the tuna is briefly seared on the outside while leaving the center raw. This method preserves the natural oils and nutrients while giving the fish its appealing colour. Its firm texture makes it perfect for salads, sandwiches, and sushi rolls. With its mild flavour and stunning appearance, thon rosé is a must-try ingredient for seafood lovers.

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