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Are liquid yolks vegan?

Liquid yolks is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is liquid yolks?

Liquid yolks refer to the viscous, bright yellow liquid found inside eggs. Extracted from the egg whites, this ingredient is a rich and versatile emulsifier with a silky texture that can enhance the flavor and color of various dishes. Liquid yolks are commonly used in baking recipes such as custards, cakes, and pastries to create a smooth, creamy texture. They can also be added to sauces, dressings, and mayonnaise to provide richness and depth of flavor. Care must be taken when handling liquid yolks due to their perishable nature, making them best utilized fresh or pasteurized.

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