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Is kiaušiniai vegan?

Kiaušiniai is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kiaušiniai?

Kiaušiniai are a versatile and widely popular food ingredient that is known for its high nutritional value, affordability, and ease of use in cooking. These oval-shaped eggs are commonly consumed as a breakfast staple, boiled, poached, or fried, but they also make an excellent ingredient in various dishes such as omelets, quiches, baked goods, and salads. Kiaušiniai are rich in protein, healthy fats, vitamin D, and minerals like selenium and choline, making them a great dietary choice for individuals seeking a well-rounded and balanced diet. Whether you enjoy them soft-boiled or scrambled, kiaušiniai are a delicious and nutritious addition to any meal.

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