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Is au lait cru et vegan?

Au lait cru et is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au lait cru et?

Au lait cru et is a rich and creamy dairy ingredient used in a variety of culinary applications. It is a French term that translates to "raw milk butter," and it is highly prized for its distinct flavor and texture. Made from unpasteurized cow's milk, au lait cru et has a higher fat content than regular butter, giving it a luxurious mouthfeel and a rich, nutty flavor. It is often used in baking, cooking, and as a finishing touch for dishes such as grilled meats, vegetables, and pasta. Because of its raw nature, au lait cru et should be handled with care and stored properly to maintain its freshness and quality.

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