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Are egg-yolks vegan?

Egg-yolks is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is egg-yolks?

Egg yolks are a nutrient-dense ingredient that adds richness, flavor, and texture to a wide range of dishes. They contain essential vitamins and minerals such as vitamin D, choline, and selenium, which support brain function, bone health, and immunity. Egg yolks have a creamy texture and a vibrant yellow color that makes them ideal for custards, sauces, dressings, and baked goods. They also provide structure and moisture to cakes and cookies, making them a crucial ingredient in many dessert recipes. Whether used as a main ingredient or as a binder, egg yolks offer a versatile and delicious addition to any culinary creation.

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