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Is yolk vegan?

Yolk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is yolk?

Yolk, also known as the egg yolk, is the nutrient-dense, yellow center of an egg. It is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats. Yolk provides an array of essential nutrients, including vitamin D, vitamin B12, iron, and selenium. It is a great source of choline, a nutrient essential for brain health, and contains antioxidants that protect the body against harmful free radicals. Yolk adds a rich, creamy flavor and texture to dishes, making it a versatile ingredient in many recipes. It is commonly used in sauces, dressings, custards, and baked goods. Incorporating yolk into your diet can help support overall health and wellbeing.

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