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Is frée range whole egg vegan?

Frée range whole egg is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is frée range whole egg?

Free-range whole eggs are a premium quality ingredient that is widely used in cooking and baking. These eggs come from chickens that are allowed to roam freely outdoors, giving them ample space to exercise, forage for food, and enjoy a natural lifestyle. The result is eggs that have a rich, golden yolk and a firmer white with a higher protein content than their cage-raised counterparts. Free-range whole eggs are an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, and essential vitamins and minerals. Whether used in savory dishes or sweet treats, they add a delicious flavor and nutritional boost to any recipe.

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