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Is jaja vegan?

Jaja is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jaja?

Jaja is a Spanish term for egg, which is widely used in many cuisines around the world. Eggs are a versatile ingredient that can be cooked in numerous ways, including boiling, frying, baking, and poaching. They are a great source of protein, vitamins, and minerals, making them a healthy addition to any meal. Jaja can be used in a variety of dishes, from breakfast omelets to desserts like custards and cakes. When used in baking, eggs serve as a binding agent, providing structure and texture to cakes, cookies, and bread. Jaja can also be used in savory dishes like quiches, soufflés, and frittatas. With so many uses and health benefits, it's no wonder why jaja is a popular ingredient in kitchens around the world.

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