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Is vrije-uitloopeigeel vegan?

Vrije-uitloopeigeel is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vrije-uitloopeigeel?

Vrije-uitloopeigeel is a Dutch term that refers to free-range egg yolk. This premium ingredient comes from hens that are allowed to roam freely and forage for their own food, resulting in a rich, golden yolk that's packed with nutrients. Vrije-uitloopeigeel is prized by chefs and home cooks alike for its superior flavor and texture compared to conventional egg yolks. Whether you're making hollandaise sauce, aioli, or custard, incorporating vrije-uitloopeigeel into your recipe will elevate your dish to the next level.

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