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Are free range whole eggs vegan?

Free range whole eggs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is free range whole eggs?

Free range whole eggs are a versatile and nutrient-rich ingredient that can enhance the flavor and nutrition of any dish. Sourced from chickens that roam freely outdoors, these eggs are rich in vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats, making them a wholesome addition to your diet. The yolks of free-range eggs are deep yellow or orange, indicating a higher concentration of essential nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and antioxidants. Whether used for baking, cooking or eaten on their own, free-range whole eggs are a delicious and healthy choice that can elevate any meal.

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