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Are laitages vegan?

Laitages is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is laitages?

Laitages is a French term that refers to dairy products, including milk, cream, cheese, yogurt, and butter. These products are rich in protein, calcium, vitamins, and minerals, making them essential for maintaining strong bones and overall health. Laitages are widely used in French cuisine, adding a creamy texture and richness to dishes like quiches, soups, and sauces. In addition to their culinary uses, laitages also have a long history of cultural significance, playing a role in traditional celebrations and rituals. From delectable cheeses to refreshing yogurts, laitages are a versatile and delicious ingredient in any kitchen.

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