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Is húevo en polvo vegan?

Húevo en polvo is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is húevo en polvo?

Huevo en polvo, or "powdered egg" in English, is a versatile and convenient ingredient used in many culinary applications. Made from dehydrated egg whites and yolks, this powder offers a long shelf life and easy storage without the need for refrigeration. It can be reconstituted with water to make scrambled eggs, omelets, quiches, or added to baked goods such as cakes, cookies, and bread doughs. Its high protein content also makes it a popular ingredient in protein powders and supplements. Huevo en polvo is a staple in many professional kitchens and is gaining popularity among home cooks for its convenience and versatility.

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