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Are poudre de jaune œufs vegan?

Poudre de jaune œufs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre de jaune œufs?

Poudre de jaune œufs, also known as egg yolk powder, is a versatile and convenient ingredient commonly used in baking and cooking. Made by drying and pulverizing egg yolks, this golden-yellow powder has a rich, creamy flavor that can add depth and richness to a wide range of dishes, from cakes and cookies to sauces and custards. It is a great source of protein and is often used as a substitute for fresh egg yolks in recipes where refrigeration is not possible. With a long shelf life and easy-to-use form, poudre de jaune œufs is a popular ingredient in many professional kitchens and home pantries alike.

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