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Foie Gras Micuit Keia

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275 g. piece

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Foie gras micuit Keia À l’ancienne is made in the southwest of France with organic duck liver, fleur de sel and Madagascar pepper. The foie gras micuit Keia is produced with a boiling system called cruit, process that provides the characteristic walnut flavour. The foie gras micuit has pleasant texture and unsurpassable creaminess. We recommend you to eat straight from fridge. You will need a sharp knife under hot running water and cut it in fine slices. The micuit never has to be eaten spread. One of the best accompaniments to micuit Keia is a reduction of balsamic vinegar and Pedro Ximenez wine. Sweet flavours go with foie gras micuit keia as well.

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Foie gras micuit Keia À l’ancienne is made in the southwest of France with organic duck liver, fleur de sel and Madagascar pepper. The foie gras micuit Keia is produced with a boiling system called cruit, process that provides the characteristic walnut flavour. The foie gras micuit has pleasant texture and unsurpassable creaminess. We recommend you to eat straight from fridge. You will need a sharp knife under hot running water and cut it in fine slices. The micuit never has to be eaten spread. One of the best accompaniments to micuit Keia is a reduction of balsamic vinegar and Pedro Ximenez wine. Sweet flavours go with foie gras micuit keia as well.

Weight1.4 kg
Format

275 g. piece

Product origin

Sarlat, Perigord (France)

Appellation of origin

Origine Certifiee Perigord

Brand

Keia

Ecologic

Yes

Ingredients

Duck foie gras, fleur de salt and Madagascar pepper

Suitable for allergics to lactose

Yes

Suitable for allergics to dry fruits

Yes

Suitable for allergics to egg

Yes

Suitable for allergics to gluten

Yes

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