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Is free-range egg yolk vegan?

Free-range egg yolk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is free-range egg yolk?

Free-range egg yolk is a high-quality food ingredient that is prized for its rich flavor and nutritional benefits. Sourced from hens that are able to roam freely, free-range egg yolks are thought to be higher in essential vitamins and minerals than their caged counterparts. The deep yellow color of a free-range egg yolk is an indication of the hen's natural diet, which typically includes grasses and insects. When used in culinary applications, free-range egg yolks add a creamy texture and savory depth to dishes such as sauces, custards, and baked goods.

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