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Is à base de lait thermisé vegan?

À base de lait thermisé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is à base de lait thermisé?

"À base de lait thermisé" is a French term meaning "made from thermised milk". Thermisation is a process of heating raw milk at a lower temperature than pasteurization, which helps to retain more of the natural enzymes and bacteria present in the milk. This results in a unique flavor and texture that can be used in various food products. Foods made with à base de lait thermisé may have a creamier, richer taste than those made with traditionally pasteurized milk. Additionally, this process is believed to make the milk easier to digest for some people with lactose intolerance.

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