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Is velvet duck vegan?

Velvet duck is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is velvet duck?

Velvet duck is a succulent and richly flavored meat that comes from the Mallard duck breed. This particular type of duck has a unique and velvety texture due to a high concentration of intramuscular fat. When cooked, the meat develops a tender and juicy consistency with a delicate gamey flavor that's perfect for high-end dishes. Velvet duck is a versatile ingredient that can be prepared in various ways such as roasted, braised, or even smoked, making it a popular choice among chefs who seek to add a luxurious touch to their creations.

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