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Are poudre de lait maigres vegan?

Poudre de lait maigres is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre de lait maigres?

Poudre de lait maigre, also known as skimmed milk powder, is a dry milk product made by removing the fat content from milk through a spray-drying process. This results in a fine, light powder that is low in calories and fat but high in protein, calcium, and other essential nutrients. It can be used as a convenient substitute for fresh milk in recipes, as a base for hot chocolate or coffee drinks, or as a supplement to smoothies and protein shakes. Skimmed milk powder is a popular ingredient in low-fat and reduced-calorie food products, and it has a long shelf life when stored in a cool, dry place.

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