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Are laits vegan?

Laits is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is laits?

"Laits" is a French term that refers to milk or milk-based ingredients. The word "lait" translates to "milk" in English, and it is a fundamental ingredient in many culinary applications, including baking, cooking, and beverage production. Lait products can vary in fat content, ranging from skim milk to whole milk, and can be used to create a variety of delicious and nutritious dishes. Lait-based ingredients can also include products such as cream, butter, and cheese, which are used in various cuisines around the world. Incorporating laits into your cooking and baking can add a rich and creamy texture and flavor to your dishes.

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