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Are lait de chèvres vegan?

Lait de chèvres is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait de chèvres?

Lait de chèvres, or goat milk in English, is a creamy and nutritious dairy product that is widely used in various culinary applications. Goat milk has a distinct taste that is tangy and slightly sweet compared to cow's milk. It is also higher in essential nutrients such as calcium, vitamin B2, and potassium, making it an excellent alternative for those who are lactose intolerant or looking for a healthier option. With its versatile texture and flavor, lait de chèvres can be enjoyed on its own, used in cooking or baking, and even turned into delicious cheeses and yogurts.

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