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Are large eggs vegan?

Large eggs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is large eggs?

Large eggs are an essential ingredient in many dishes due to their versatility and nutritional benefits. They come from chickens and are typically sold in cartons of a dozen. The size of large eggs is determined by weight, with each egg weighing approximately 50 grams. They are a rich source of high-quality protein, vitamins, and minerals, including vitamin D and selenium. Large eggs can be cooked in various ways such as boiled, fried, scrambled or poached, making them a staple in breakfast meals. Their unique flavor and texture also make them a key ingredient in baking recipes such as cakes, muffins, and custards.

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