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Are friss tojás vegan?

Friss tojás is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is friss tojás?

Friss tojás is a Hungarian term that translates to "fresh egg" in English. It refers to eggs that have been laid recently and haven't undergone any form of preservation or processing. These eggs are typically prized for their rich and flavorful yolks, as well as their nutritional value. Friss tojás can be used in a variety of dishes, such as omelets, scrambled eggs, or baked goods like cakes and pastries. In Hungarian cuisine, friss tojás is a staple ingredient and is often sought after by chefs and home cooks alike. When cooking with friss tojás, it's important to handle them gently and store them properly to ensure their freshness and quality.

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