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Are œufs entiers concentrés vegan?

Œufs entiers concentrés is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œufs entiers concentrés?

"Œufs entiers concentrés" is a versatile food ingredient that is made by removing moisture from whole eggs to create a concentrated form. It is a convenient ingredient that is commonly used in baking, sauces, and other food products where eggs are required. This ingredient is high in protein and provides a rich and creamy texture to baked goods. Œufs entiers concentrés also have a longer shelf life compared to fresh eggs, making them a great option for food manufacturers and home cooks alike. Additionally, they are easy to use and eliminate the need to crack and separate eggs, saving time and minimizing waste.

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