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Are huevos frescos vegan?

Huevos frescos is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is huevos frescos?

Huevos frescos is a Spanish term that translates to "fresh eggs" in English. This ingredient refers to eggs that have been recently laid and are free from any cracks or abnormalities. Huevos frescos are typically sourced from local farms or backyard chicken coops, ensuring the highest quality and freshness. They are an essential ingredient in many dishes, including omelets, quiches, and baked goods. Huevos frescos are prized for their rich flavor and nutritional value, as they are high in protein, vitamins, and minerals. Incorporating huevos frescos into your meals is a great way to support local agriculture and enjoy delicious, wholesome food.

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