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Is truite de mer vegan?

Truite de mer is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is truite de mer?

Truite de mer, also known as sea trout, is a delicious fish species that inhabits the coastal waters of the North Atlantic. With a firm, yet delicate texture and a rich, buttery flavor, it is a prized ingredient in many cuisines. Its flesh ranges from pink to deep red, depending on its diet and location, and is high in protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Truite de mer can be prepared in a variety of ways, from simple pan-searing to more complex recipes that showcase its unique flavor and texture. Whether baked, grilled, or smoked, truite de mer is a versatile and delicious ingredient that is sure to delight seafood lovers.

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