Duck foie gras or goose foie gras: a matter of taste
Certain people don’t hesitate to say that goose foie gras is better, or vice-versa. In all fairness, it’s a question of taste, of habit and of “palace upbringing”.
It goes perfectly with onion or fig jam. It is a pleasure to share between 4 and 5 people. Duck foie gras gives a more distinct taste and a more pronounced flavour than goose foie gras. It also has a more rustic touch.
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