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Is eggehvite vegan?

Eggehvite is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eggehvite?

Eggehvite, also known as egg white in English, is a common ingredient used in cooking and baking. It contains high levels of protein, with very few calories and no fat, making it a popular choice for those looking to maintain a healthy diet. Eggehvite can be whipped into stiff peaks and added to recipes such as meringues, pavlovas, and souffles to provide structure and stability. It can also be used as a binding agent in meatballs, burgers, and other dishes. Additionally, eggehvite has been found to have numerous health benefits, including promoting muscle growth and aiding in weight loss.

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