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Is jaunes d' œufs en poudre vegan?

Jaunes d' œufs en poudre is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jaunes d' œufs en poudre?

Jaunes d'œufs en poudre, also known as powdered egg yolks, are a versatile and convenient ingredient in the kitchen. Made from real egg yolks that have been spray-dried and pasteurized, this fine yellow powder has a rich, buttery flavor that adds depth to a variety of dishes. With a long shelf life and easy storage, jaunes d'œufs en poudre are perfect for use in baking, sauces, and custards. They are also a popular choice for camping trips and outdoor cooking, as they eliminate the need to carry fresh eggs. Whether you're a professional chef or a home cook, jaunes d'œufs en poudre are a must-have ingredient in your pantry.

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