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Are œufs entier extra-frais vegan?

Œufs entier extra-frais is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œufs entier extra-frais?

"Œufs entier extra-frais" is a French term for "extra-fresh whole eggs." These eggs are obtained from hens that are fed a balanced diet and are free to roam in open pastures, ensuring high-quality eggs with a bright yellow yolk and a firm white. These eggs are harvested within a few days of being laid and are carefully selected for their size, shape, and shell quality. They are ideal for baking, making omelets, scrambled eggs, or any dish that requires the use of whole eggs. "Œufs entier extra-frais" are a healthy source of protein, vitamins, and minerals that are essential for a balanced diet.

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