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Are gros œufs vegan?

Gros œufs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gros œufs?

Gros œufs, also known as "large eggs" in English, are an essential ingredient in various culinary applications. These eggs have a bigger yolk to white ratio than medium-sized eggs, offering a richer taste and more firm texture when cooked. They are versatile, can be prepared in numerous ways, including boiled, poached, fried, or scrambled, and can serve as a protein source in any meal of the day. They're also a popular addition to baked goods like cakes and custards, where their volume improves texture and moisture. Whether enjoyed as a standalone dish or incorporated into a recipe, gros œufs are a staple ingredient in French cuisine and beyond.

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