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Are beurre frais vegan?

Beurre frais is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is beurre frais?

Beurre frais, also known as "fresh butter," is a type of French butter that has not been aged or fermented. This results in a mild, creamy flavor with a smooth texture that is perfect for spreading on bread or pastries. Unlike traditional butter, beurre frais has a higher water content, which gives it a softer consistency and makes it easier to incorporate into sauces or baked goods. It is often used in French cuisine to add richness and depth of flavor to dishes such as croissants or sauces like beurre blanc. Beurre frais should be stored in the refrigerator and consumed within a few weeks for optimal freshness.

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