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Are poudre de oeufs vegan?

Poudre de oeufs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre de oeufs?

Poudre de oeufs, or egg powder, is a versatile ingredient that is commonly used in baking and cooking. Made from high-quality eggs that have been dehydrated and ground into a fine powder, it has a long shelf life and can be easily incorporated into recipes to add moisture, richness, and flavor. This ingredient is a convenient alternative to fresh eggs as it eliminates the need for refrigeration and cracking, making it an ideal choice for camping trips or emergency food storage. Poudre de oeufs is a staple ingredient in many kitchens around the world, and its uses are limited only by your imagination.

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