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Is viande lapin vegan?

Viande lapin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is viande lapin?

"Viande lapin" is a French term that translates to "rabbit meat". This low-fat, high-protein ingredient has a mild flavor and tender texture, making it a versatile addition to many dishes. It is also a popular alternative to traditional meats like beef, pork, and chicken due to its lower environmental impact. Rabbit meat is a lean protein source that contains essential nutrients such as vitamin B12, iron, and niacin. It can be prepared in various ways, including roasting, grilling, or stewing, and pairs well with herbs, spices, and vegetables. Incorporating viande lapin into your diet can add diversity to your meals while promoting health and sustainability.

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