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Is viande bovine mise en œuvre vegan?

Viande bovine mise en œuvre is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is viande bovine mise en œuvre?

Viande bovine mise en œuvre is a French term that refers to beef meat that has undergone various stages of preparation and processing, making it suitable for use as an ingredient in various culinary applications. This meat may have been trimmed, deboned, cut, or ground, and may have also been seasoned or marinated to enhance its flavor. Viande bovine mise en œuvre is commonly used in the creation of sausages, burgers, meatballs, and other meat-based dishes. It is prized for its tenderness, juiciness, and rich flavor, and is a popular ingredient in French and other European cuisines.

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