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Are lait écrémés vegan?

Lait écrémés is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait écrémés?

"Lait écrémé" is a French term that refers to skimmed milk, which is obtained by removing the cream from whole milk. This process reduces the fat content of the milk, making it a healthier option for those who are watching their calorie intake or trying to reduce their fat consumption. Skimmed milk contains fewer calories and less fat than whole milk, but still provides essential nutrients such as calcium, vitamin D, and protein. It has a slightly thinner consistency and a less creamy taste compared to full-fat milk, but can be used in a variety of culinary applications, from baking to cooking to drinking on its own.

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