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Are leche y nata pasteurizadas vegan?

Leche y nata pasteurizadas is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leche y nata pasteurizadas?

"Leche y nata pasteurizadas" is a Spanish food ingredient that translates to "pasteurized milk and cream". This high-quality dairy product has been heated to remove any harmful bacteria, ensuring its safety for consumption. The combination of milk and cream creates a rich and creamy texture, making it a versatile ingredient in many recipes. It can be used as a base for sauces, soups, and desserts, or simply enjoyed on its own. With its delicious taste and health benefits, including calcium and vitamin D, leche y nata pasteurizadas is a must-have staple in any kitchen.

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