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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 yolk in English, is a rich and flavorful ingredient commonly used in cooking and baking. It's the yellow part of an egg that contains all the fat, nutrients, and flavor, making it an essential component of many dishes. The color of the yolk can range from pale yellow to deep orange, depending on the breed of chicken and its diet. Egg yolks are high in protein, vitamins, and minerals such as vitamin D, calcium, and phosphorus. They can be cooked in various ways, including boiled, fried, or scrambled, and are often used in sauces, custards, and desserts to add richness and depth of flavor.

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