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Is vrije-uitloopei vegan?

Vrije-uitloopei is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vrije-uitloopei?

Vrije-uitloopei is a Dutch term that refers to free-range eggs sourced from hens that have access to outdoor areas where they can roam freely and engage in natural behaviors. These eggs are considered to be of higher quality than those produced by hens kept in confinement, as they are more likely to be richer in omega-3 fatty acids and other nutrients. Vrije-uitloopei has become increasingly popular in recent years, as consumers have become more concerned about the welfare of farm animals and the environmental impact of industrial agriculture. It is commonly used in a variety of dishes, from breakfast omelets to baked goods.

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