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Are œufs de cailles vegan?

Œufs de cailles is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œufs de cailles?

Œufs de cailles, also known as quail eggs, are small and speckled eggs that come from quails, a type of small game bird. They are considered a delicacy in many cultures due to their unique taste and texture. These eggs are approximately one-fifth the size of a chicken egg and have a milder flavor with a slightly richer and creamier yolk. They are a great source of protein, iron, and other essential nutrients. Œufs de cailles can be boiled, fried, or used in a variety of dishes, including salads, hors d'oeuvres, and sushi. Their small size and elegant appearance also make them a popular choice for decorative purposes on plates and in culinary presentations.

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