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Is jaune d´œuf pasteurisé vegan?

Jaune d´œuf pasteurisé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jaune d´œuf pasteurisé?

Jaune d'œuf pasteurisé is a French term that refers to pasteurized egg yolks. These are egg yolks that have been heated to a temperature that kills any harmful bacteria, making them safe to consume. Pasteurized egg yolks are commonly used in recipes that call for raw yolks, such as mayonnaise or custards, where the risk of foodborne illness from consuming raw eggs is a concern. This ingredient retains the rich flavor and nutritional benefits of fresh egg yolks, while ensuring safety for consumption. Jaune d'œuf pasteurisé can be easily found in many grocery stores and specialty food shops.

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