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Is œuf entier liquide pasteurise salé vegan?

Œuf entier liquide pasteurise salé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œuf entier liquide pasteurise salé?

"Œuf entier liquide pasteurisé salé" is a French term that refers to a salty, pasteurized liquid whole egg. This ingredient is made by breaking whole eggs, mixing them with salt, and then subjecting them to a pasteurization process to eliminate harmful bacteria. The resulting liquid can be used as a convenient substitute for whole eggs in a variety of recipes, from omelets and quiches to cakes and cookies. The pasteurization process ensures the safety and shelf stability of the product, making it a popular choice for commercial kitchens and home cooks alike.

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