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Is wit en geel vegan?

Wit en geel is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is wit en geel?

"Wit en geel" is a Dutch phrase that translates to "white and yellow" in English, which describes a combination of two colors often found in various food ingredients. This color combination can be found in a variety of food ingredients such as eggs, cheese, onions, and corn. The white color typically signifies purity and neutrality, while the yellow color represents warmth and richness. When used in food, this color combination not only adds an aesthetically pleasing contrast to dishes but also provides essential nutrients and flavors. Whether it's the creamy texture of eggs or the tangy taste of cheese, "wit en geel" is a versatile ingredient that can enhance any meal.

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