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Is âu lait cru vegan?

Âu lait cru is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is âu lait cru?

Âu lait cru, also known as raw milk in English, is a dairy product that has not been pasteurized or homogenized. It is considered a more natural and traditional type of milk, as it retains all the nutrients and enzymes that are lost during industrial processing. This unpasteurized milk has a rich, creamy flavor and is commonly used to make cheese, butter, and yogurt. However, since raw milk carries a higher risk of harboring harmful bacteria, it is important to handle and consume it with caution. Despite controversy surrounding its safety, âu lait cru continues to be a sought-after ingredient among those who value natural and unprocessed foods.

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