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Are jaune d œufs pasteurisés vegan?

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

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So, what is jaune d œufs pasteurisés?

"Jaune d'œufs pasteurisés" is a French term that refers to pasteurized egg yolks. Pasteurization involves heating the eggs to a specific temperature and time to kill any potential harmful bacteria, while preserving their nutritional value and texture. This food ingredient is commonly used in recipes such as sauces, custards, ice creams, and mayonnaise, where raw eggs are not recommended due to the risk of foodborne illness. "Jaune d'œufs pasteurisés" provides a safe and convenient way to add richness, creaminess, and flavor to dishes without compromising on safety or taste.

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