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Is viande de poule vegan?

Viande de poule is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is viande de poule?

Viande de poule, also known as chicken meat, is a versatile and flavorful ingredient commonly used in cooking. It is the most widely consumed meat in the world and is a great source of protein. The taste of viande de poule can vary depending on how it is prepared, but it generally has a mild, slightly sweet flavor that pairs well with a variety of spices and seasonings. This lean meat is also low in fat and high in essential nutrients such as vitamin B12, phosphorus, and selenium. Whether you're making a classic roast chicken or experimenting with new recipes, viande de poule is an excellent choice for any meal.

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