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Is œuf frais pasteurisé vegan?

Œuf frais pasteurisé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œuf frais pasteurisé?

Œuf frais pasteurisé is a food ingredient that refers to fresh pasteurized eggs. Pasteurization is a process that involves heating the eggs to a specific temperature for a certain amount of time to eliminate harmful bacteria and pathogens. The result is a safer egg product that retains its nutritional value and flavor. Œuf frais pasteurisé is commonly used in the food industry for dishes that require uncooked or partially cooked eggs, such as custards, mayonnaise, and salad dressings. It can also be used in recipes where eggs are served raw, such as in cocktails or for making homemade aioli.

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