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Are jaune d' œufs vegan?

Jaune d' œufs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jaune d' œufs?

Jaune d'œufs, or egg yolks, are a popular ingredient used in many culinary applications. This bright yellow, circular portion of the egg is rich in nutrients and provides a creamy texture to dishes. It is commonly used as a binding agent in baking recipes such as cakes, custards, and mayonnaise. Egg yolks are also a key ingredient in classic sauces like Hollandaise and Béarnaise. They can be cooked in a variety of ways, from soft-boiled to scrambled, and add richness to breakfast items like frittatas and quiches. Overall, the versatile and delicious jaune d'œufs is an essential ingredient in any cook's repertoire.

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