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Are blancs d'œuf déshydratés vegan?

Blancs d'œuf déshydratés is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is blancs d'œuf déshydratés?

Blancs d'œuf déshydratés, or dehydrated egg whites, are a versatile and convenient ingredient for any kitchen. They are made by removing the yolk and water from fresh eggs and then drying the whites into a powder form. This process preserves the protein content of the egg whites and extends their shelf life. Dehydrated egg whites are a great source of protein, low in fat and cholesterol-free. They can be rehydrated and used in a wide variety of recipes, such as meringues, cakes, and smoothies, providing a light and airy texture without the added moisture of fresh egg whites.

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