• No, normally they're not, but you can buy them in some places. This is mostly important for recipes that contain raw eggs.
  • "All egg products sold in the U.S are pasteurized due to the risk of food-borne illnesses per U.S. Department of Agriculture rules. ... They also do not recommend eating shell eggs that are raw or undercooked due to the possibility that Salmonella bacteria may be present. Pasteurized eggs - Wikipedia"

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