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Is œuf' frai vegan?

Œuf' frai is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œuf' frai?

"Œuf frais" is a French term that refers to fresh eggs. These eggs are laid and collected from the hen within a few days of their laying. They have a thick, viscous egg white that holds its shape well when cooked, and a vibrant yellow yolk with a rich, creamy texture. Fresh eggs are considered a staple ingredient in many culinary applications and are often used in dishes such as omelets, quiches, and baked goods. The quality of the eggs is determined by the conditions under which the hens were raised, their diet, and the cleanliness of their environment. Fresh eggs are a versatile and delicious ingredient that adds both flavor and nutrition to a wide range of dishes.

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