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Is blanc d'-œuf vegan?

Blanc d'-œuf is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is blanc d'-œuf?

Blanc d'œuf, also known as egg white, is a versatile food ingredient that's commonly used in baking, cooking, and cocktails. It's the clear liquid that surrounds the yolk of an egg and is rich in protein, low in calories, and has no fat or cholesterol. When whipped, blanc d'œuf becomes fluffy and airy, making it perfect for creating meringues, soufflés, and other light desserts. It's also a common ingredient in cocktails, where it's used to create foams that add texture and flavor to drinks. Whether you're looking to add protein to your diet or create delicious culinary creations, blanc d'œuf is a must-have ingredient.

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