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Is œufs dur vegan?

Œufs dur is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œufs dur?

"Œufs durs" is a French term that refers to hard-boiled eggs, a popular ingredient in many dishes around the world. Hard-boiled eggs are cooked in their shells until the yolks and whites become firm and fully cooked. They are often used as a source of protein in salads, sandwiches, and as a snack. The texture of hard-boiled eggs is firm and slightly crumbly, with a rich and creamy flavor that complements a wide range of ingredients. They are also a versatile ingredient, as they can be chopped, sliced, or mashed depending on the recipe. Overall, "œufs durs" is an essential ingredient in any kitchen, adding flavor, texture, and nutrition to a variety of dishes.

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