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Are œuf frais pasteurisés vegan?

Œuf frais pasteurisés is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œuf frais pasteurisés?

"Œuf frais pasteurisés" is a French term that refers to fresh pasteurized eggs. Pasteurization is a process that involves heating the eggs to a specific temperature for a set time to kill bacteria, such as Salmonella, without cooking the egg. This ensures that the eggs are safe to consume, especially in raw or undercooked dishes. Fresh pasteurized eggs maintain the same nutritional value and taste as unpasteurized eggs, making them a safe and delicious addition to recipes such as Caesar salad dressing, mousse, and Hollandaise sauce. They are a popular choice for those who are concerned about food safety or have a weakened immune system.

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