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Is clara d' ou vegan?

Clara d' ou is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is clara d' ou?

Clara d'ou, or egg white in Catalan, is a versatile and essential ingredient in many culinary applications. This protein-rich component of eggs is often used in baking to provide structure and stability to dishes like meringues, soufflés, and macarons. It is also a popular ingredient in cocktails and mocktails, where it adds frothiness and texture to the drink. Clara d'ou is a fat-free, low-calorie ingredient that can be whipped into soft peaks or stiff peaks, depending on the recipe's requirements. With its subtly sweet taste and unique texture, clara d'ou is a must-have ingredient for any aspiring chef or mixologist.

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