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Is äggula vegan?

Äggula is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is äggula?

Äggula is a traditional Swedish ingredient that has been used for centuries in various dishes. It is made by curing egg yolks with salt and sugar, resulting in a rich, creamy, and slightly sweet flavor. The process of making äggula involves carefully separating the yolks from the whites and then coating them with a mixture of salt and sugar. The yolks are then left to cure for several days until they are firm and fully flavored. Äggula is often grated or thinly sliced and used as a flavorful topping for salads, pasta dishes, or sandwiches. Its unique taste and texture make it a beloved ingredient in Swedish cuisine, and its popularity is now spreading beyond Scandinavia.

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