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Is rehydrated egg white vegan?

Rehydrated egg white is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rehydrated egg white?

Rehydrated egg white is a versatile ingredient that is made by adding water to dried egg whites. It's frequently used in baking, confectionery, and as a protein source in sports nutrition products. With its high protein content and low calorie count, rehydrated egg white has become a popular choice for those looking to maintain a healthy diet without sacrificing taste or texture. When whipped, rehydrated egg white forms stiff peaks, making it suitable for meringue-based desserts such as pavlovas and macarons. It's also a key ingredient in protein bars, shakes, and other supplements due to its easy digestibility and muscle-building benefits.

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