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Are crèmes vegan?

Crèmes is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is crèmes?

Crèmes, also known as creams, are a versatile and indulgent ingredient commonly used in desserts, sauces, and pastries. They are made by blending dairy cream with sugar, eggs, and other flavorings to create a thick and creamy mixture that adds richness and depth to any dish. Depending on the recipe, crèmes can range from light and fluffy to dense and decadent, and can be infused with a variety of flavors such as vanilla, chocolate, fruit, and spices. Whether used as a topping for cakes and pies or as a base for custards and ice creams, crèmes add a touch of luxury and sophistication to any culinary creation.

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