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Are des œufs frais vegan?

Des œufs frais is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is des œufs frais?

Des œufs frais, or fresh eggs in English, are a versatile and essential ingredient in many dishes worldwide. These eggs are typically laid within the past few days and are sourced from free-range chickens that have been raised on a healthy diet. The yolks of fresh eggs are typically more vibrant and flavorful than those of older eggs, making them ideal for cooking and baking. When using fresh eggs in recipes, the texture is often creamier, and they provide more lift to baked goods. These nutrient-rich eggs are a great source of protein and essential vitamins and minerals, making them a healthy addition to any meal.

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