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Are œuf extra frais vegan?

Œuf extra frais is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œuf extra frais?

"Œuf extra frais" is a French term that translates to "extra fresh egg." These eggs are sourced directly from the farm and have been laid within the last few days, ensuring their quality and freshness. They have a rich, creamy texture and bright orange yolks, making them ideal for baking, cooking, or simply enjoying on their own. Their exceptional freshness also means they have a longer shelf life than older eggs, making them a preferred choice for those who prioritize quality and taste in their culinary pursuits. Try incorporating Œuf extra frais into your next recipe for an unbeatable burst of flavor and nutrition.

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