[Chiligala Tips] Does foie gras must be made with foie gras?
Foie gras is usually translated into French Foie Gras, but Foie Gras does not mean foie gras in French: "Foie" = "liver" "Gras" = "fat", so Foie Gras means fat liver. Currently, 95% of France's liver production is duck liver, and only 5% is foie gras, so most of what is eaten on the market is duck liver.
In this case, what is the difference between duck gras and foie gras?
- Larger body shape
- Light pink ivory white color
- Although the oil content is heavier, it feels more fragrant in the mouth.
- The taste is soft and melts in the mouth
- Slender body shape
- Color is light yellow
- Less oil but richer taste
- The taste is thicker
Foie gras and duck gras each have unique flavors and supporters, so consumers can choose based on their personal tastes.
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Chef Bruno foie gras series