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Are lait brebis vegan?

Lait brebis is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait brebis?

Lait Brebis is a French term that translates to "sheep's milk." This rich and creamy milk is a popular ingredient in many traditional French and Mediterranean dishes. Compared to cow's milk, Lait Brebis has a higher fat content, making it ideal for producing butter, cheese, and other dairy products. Sheep's milk is also high in protein, calcium, and other essential nutrients, making it a healthy and nutritious option for those looking to switch up their dairy choices. Whether you're cooking up a storm in the kitchen or looking for a delicious snack, Lait Brebis is sure to satisfy your taste buds with its unique and indulgent flavor.

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