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Are free range egg albumen vegan?

Free range egg albumen is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is free range egg albumen?

Free-range egg albumen is a premium ingredient that comes from chickens raised in spacious outdoor environments. These hens have access to the outdoors, where they can forage and exercise freely, resulting in a healthier and happier lifestyle. The albumen is the clear, protein-rich liquid that surrounds the yolk of the egg, making it an ideal ingredient for protein-packed recipes. Free-range egg albumen has a mild flavor and a smooth, glossy texture, which makes it great for whipping into meringues or adding to smoothies for a protein boost. This ingredient is also free from antibiotics and hormones, ensuring a natural and wholesome addition to any dish.

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