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Is free range pasteurised egg vegan?

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

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So, what is free range pasteurised egg?

A free range pasteurised egg is an egg that comes from a chicken that has been able to roam freely outdoors, eating a natural diet of plants and insects. This type of egg is considered to be more ethical as the chickens have the freedom to move around and engage in natural behaviours. The pasteurisation process involves heating the egg at a specific temperature to eliminate any potential harmful bacteria while preserving its nutrients. The resulting egg is safe to consume raw or cooked and offers a delicious taste with a high protein content, making it a versatile ingredient for any dish.

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