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Is vrije uitloop ei vegan?

Vrije uitloop ei is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vrije uitloop ei?

Vrije uitloop ei is a Dutch term that translates to "free-range egg" in English. These eggs come from hens that have access to the outdoors and are able to roam around freely, foraging for food and engaging in natural behaviors. Vrije uitloop eggs are considered to be higher quality than regular eggs, as they contain more vitamins and nutrients due to the hens' varied diet. They also have a richer taste and brighter yolk color. Choosing vrije uitloop eggs supports animal welfare and sustainable farming practices. Incorporating them into your cooking can elevate any dish with their superior flavor and nutritional value.

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