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Is du jaune d'œuf vegan?

Du jaune d'œuf is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is du jaune d'œuf?

Du jaune d'œuf is the yellow, liquid component found in the center of an egg yolk. It is a rich source of essential nutrients, including vitamins A, D, E, and K, as well as important minerals like calcium and iron. Du jaune d'œuf is often used in cooking and baking as a natural emulsifier and thickener, adding richness and depth to dishes like custards, sauces, and cakes. It also plays a crucial role in the process of making mayonnaise and aioli. With its bright yellow hue and distinctive flavor, du jaune d'œuf is a versatile and indispensable ingredient in the culinary world.

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