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Is a base de lait pasteurisé vegan?

A base de lait pasteurisé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is a base de lait pasteurisé?

"A base de lait pasteurisé" is a French culinary term that refers to an ingredient made from pasteurized milk. This process involves heating the milk to a specific temperature to kill any harmful bacteria, making it safe for consumption and extending its shelf life. This high-quality ingredient is commonly used in many traditional French dishes, such as béchamel sauce or crème brûlée, due to its rich and creamy texture. It is also a popular choice for making cheese, yogurt, and other dairy products. The use of pasteurized milk ensures that this ingredient is not only delicious but also safe and healthy for consumption.

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