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Is tilefish vegan?

Tilefish is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tilefish?

Tilefish is a delicious and nutritious seafood that is found in the deep waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It has a firm, white flesh with a sweet and delicate flavor, making it a popular choice for seafood aficionados. Tilefish is also rich in essential nutrients, such as protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamin D. Due to its popularity and sustainability, tilefish is often featured in high-end restaurants, but it can also be prepared at home using a variety of cooking methods, such as grilling, baking, or broiling. Its versatility and health benefits make tilefish a great option for anyone looking to incorporate more seafood into their diet.

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