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mouclade


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A French dish consisting of mussels cooked in white wine and served in a sauce thickened with cream. It comes from Aunis and Saintonge, on the west coast, and mouclade is an Aunis dialect word, derived from moucle, the local variant of French moule ‘mussel’.

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