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Are blancs d 'oeufs vegan?

Blancs d 'oeufs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is blancs d 'oeufs?

Blancs d'oeufs, also known as egg whites, are a versatile and essential ingredient in many culinary applications. They are the clear, viscous liquid that surrounds the yolk of an egg and contain high amounts of protein but no fat. With their unique binding properties, egg whites are commonly used to aerate and stabilize baked goods such as meringues, soufflés, and cakes. Additionally, they can be whipped into a fluffy foam for use in cocktails or as a low-calorie substitute for mayonnaise or other sauces. Blancs d'oeufs are a healthy and delicious way to add structure and lift to your favorite dishes.

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