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Are lait écrémé pasteurisés vegan?

Lait écrémé pasteurisés is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait écrémé pasteurisés?

"Lait écrémé pasteurisé" is a French term that refers to pasteurized skimmed milk, which has had most of its cream removed. This type of milk is a popular choice for those who want to reduce their fat intake without sacrificing the benefits of milk. The pasteurization process involves heating the milk to a high temperature to kill any harmful bacteria, ensuring its safety for consumption. Skimming the milk removes the majority of the fat content, resulting in a leaner and lighter texture. This ingredient is commonly used in a variety of recipes, from baking to cooking, and as a beverage on its own.

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