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Are jaune d'oeufs sales vegan?

Jaune d'oeufs sales is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jaune d'oeufs sales?

"Jaune d'oeufs salé" is a French ingredient that translates to "salted egg yolks." It is typically made by curing egg yolks in a mixture of salt and sugar, which results in a firm and savory yolk with a concentrated flavor. The saltiness of the yolk adds depth to dishes like pasta carbonara or fried rice, while its crumbly texture makes it an excellent topping for salads or garnish for deviled eggs. Salty egg yolks are a versatile ingredient that can elevate any dish, adding a unique touch of umami to your cooking.

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