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Are aux œufs extra-frais vegan?

Aux œufs extra-frais is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aux œufs extra-frais?

"Aux œufs extra-frais" is a French food ingredient that translates to "with extra-fresh eggs." This ingredient typically refers to baked goods or desserts that are made with high-quality, recently-laid eggs. These eggs have a bright yellow yolk and a thick albumen that gives the dish a rich and creamy texture. The freshness of the eggs adds a depth of flavor and richness to the recipe, making it stand out from dishes made with lower-quality eggs. Using "aux œufs extra-frais" in your baking ensures a superior taste and quality that will impress any food connoisseur.

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