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Are poudre de jaunes d'œufs vegan?

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

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So, what is poudre de jaunes d'œufs?

Poudre de jaunes d'œufs, also known as egg yolk powder, is a versatile ingredient commonly used in the food industry. Made from pasteurized egg yolks that are spray-dried to remove moisture, the resulting powder is a convenient and shelf-stable source of protein, fat, and flavor. With its bright yellow color and rich, eggy taste, poudre de jaunes d'œufs is often used as a natural coloring and flavoring agent in baked goods, sauces, and other culinary applications. It is also a popular ingredient in protein supplements, where it helps to boost the nutritional value of shakes and smoothies.

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