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Is blanc d'œuf depoule vegan?

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

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So, what is blanc d'œuf depoule?

Blanc d'œuf depoule is a French term that translates to "egg white peeled." This ingredient refers to the clear liquid portion of an egg that has been separated from the yolk and the membrane that surrounds it. It is a high-protein, low-fat ingredient commonly used in cooking and baking to add structure and texture to recipes. Blanc d'œuf depoule is a versatile ingredient that can be whipped into peaks to make meringue, used as a binder for meatballs, or added to smoothies for an extra boost of protein. It is also a popular ingredient in low-fat and high-protein diets due to its nutritional value.

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