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Is œuf poché vegan?

Œuf poché is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œuf poché?

Œuf poché, also known as a poached egg, is a delicate and elegant ingredient that is often featured in gourmet dishes. It involves cooking an egg in simmering water with a touch of vinegar and salt to help the egg whites set while keeping the yolk runny. The result is a silky, smooth and custard-like texture that is both luxurious and satisfying. This method of cooking allows for maximum flavor and nutrition retention, making it a popular choice for health-conscious eaters. Whether served atop a salad, sandwich or bowl of ramen, the œuf poché is a versatile and delicious ingredient that is sure to elevate any dish.

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