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Is weichtiere enthalten vegan?

Weichtiere enthalten is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is weichtiere enthalten?

"Weichtiere enthalten" is a German phrase that translates into "contains mollusks" in English. Mollusks are a type of seafood that includes clams, oysters, mussels, and squid. They are a great source of protein and essential minerals like iron and calcium while being relatively low in calories. Mollusks have a distinct taste and texture that make them a versatile ingredient in many cuisines worldwide, from classic French dishes to Asian stir-fry recipes. However, people with shellfish allergies should avoid consuming mollusks as they share similar proteins that could trigger an allergic reaction.

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