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Is œufs frai vegan?

Œufs frai is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œufs frai?

"Œufs frais" is the French term for "fresh eggs," a staple ingredient in many cuisines worldwide. These eggs come straight from the farm and are not washed, giving them a protective layer called the cuticle that keeps bacteria out. They have a beautiful bright yolk and a firm, protein-rich white. Fresh eggs are a versatile ingredient used in baking, cooking, and as a stand-alone dish. They're high in nutrients like protein, vitamins, and minerals and can be a healthy addition to any diet. So if you're looking for quality eggs for your next culinary creation, "œufs frais" are the way to go.

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