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Are quartiers d'œufs durs vegan?

Quartiers d'œufs durs is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is quartiers d'œufs durs?

Quartiers d'œufs durs are a classic ingredient in French cuisine, often used to add protein and texture to salads, sandwiches, and appetizers. These quartered hard-boiled eggs have a firm, yet tender texture and a rich, creamy flavor that pairs well with a variety of ingredients. They are easy to prepare and can be used in a range of dishes, from traditional Niçoise salads to modern avocado toasts. Quartiers d'œufs durs are a versatile and nutritious ingredient that adds a touch of elegance to any dish.

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