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Is de 'oeuf vegan?

De 'oeuf is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de 'oeuf?

"De l'oeuf" is a versatile food ingredient that adds a rich, creamy texture and unique flavor to many dishes. This French phrase, which translates to "of the egg," refers to the use of eggs in cooking or baking. From classic French dishes like quiches and soufflés to simple breakfast scrambles, eggs are a staple ingredient in many cuisines around the world. Whether poached, fried, boiled, or baked, eggs are a great source of protein and nutrients, making them a nutritious addition to any meal. So if you're looking for a simple way to add flavor and texture to your next culinary creation, consider incorporating "de l'oeuf" into your recipe.

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