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Is uova fresche vegan?

Uova fresche is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is uova fresche?

Uova fresche, also known as fresh eggs, are a staple ingredient in many dishes worldwide. These eggs are laid by hens that are free-range and have access to fresh air, sunlight, and a natural diet, resulting in higher quality and nutrient-rich eggs. They are a versatile ingredient that can be used in many ways, including as a binding agent, a leavening agent, or as the star of the dish. When cooked, they provide a rich flavor and a creamy texture that can elevate any meal. Uova fresche are an essential ingredient in Italian cuisine, where they are used to make traditional dishes such as frittatas, carbonara, and egg-based pasta.

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