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Is au lait entier pasteurise vegan?

Au lait entier pasteurise is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au lait entier pasteurise?

"Au lait entier pasteurisé" is a French term that refers to whole milk that has been pasteurized. This process involves heating the milk to a specific temperature for a certain amount of time to kill any harmful bacteria, which helps to extend the shelf life of the milk. "Au lait entier" indicates that the milk has not been skimmed and still contains all of its natural fat content. This type of milk is often used in cooking and baking as it adds richness and creaminess to dishes. It can also be enjoyed as a beverage or used to make dairy-based products like yogurt and cheese.

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