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Is blanc d œuf en poudre vegan?

Blanc d œuf en poudre is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is blanc d œuf en poudre?

Blanc d'oeuf en poudre, or powdered egg whites, is a versatile and convenient ingredient used in many recipes. Made by dehydrating egg whites, this fine powder is a great source of protein and can be used in place of fresh egg whites in recipes that require a stable foam or emulsion. It's particularly useful in baking recipes such as meringues, macarons, and angel food cake, where the stability of the egg whites is crucial for success. Blanc d'oeuf en poudre is also a popular ingredient in protein shakes and smoothies, providing a quick and easy way to add high-quality protein to your diet.

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