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Are poudre d'œufs vegan?

Poudre d'œufs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre d'œufs?

Poudre d'œufs, also known as egg powder, is a versatile ingredient made from dehydrated and powdered eggs. It's a popular choice amongst bakers, food manufacturers, and cooking enthusiasts due to its extended shelf life and convenience. Poudre d'œufs can be used in many recipes, such as cakes, cookies, bread, and sauces, providing a rich flavor and texture similar to fresh eggs. It's also an excellent source of protein, making it beneficial for athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Poudre d'œufs is a must-have ingredient in any kitchen, adding both taste and nutrition to any dish.

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