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Are crèmes glacées vegan?

Crèmes glacées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is crèmes glacées?

Crèmes glacées, also known as ice cream, are a delicious frozen dessert that is loved by people of all ages. This French term translates to "frozen creams," which perfectly describes the smooth and creamy texture of this treat. Made with a combination of milk, cream, sugar, and various flavorings, crèmes glacées are a versatile dessert that can be enjoyed on their own or as a topping for other desserts. From classic flavors like vanilla and chocolate to more unique varieties like green tea and lavender, there's a crème glacée flavor to suit every taste. Indulge in this frozen delight on a hot summer day or any time you need a sweet treat.

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