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Is au lait pasteurise vegan?

Au lait pasteurise is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au lait pasteurise?

" Au lait pasteurise" is a French term that refers to milk that has been heat-treated to eliminate bacteria and increase its shelf life. This process involves warming the milk to a particular temperature for a short period, then cooling it quickly to prevent any further bacterial growth. The resulting product is smooth, creamy, and nutritionally rich, making it a popular choice among food enthusiasts. Perfect for use in a variety of culinary applications, "au lait pasteurise" adds creaminess and flavor to hot beverages like lattes and hot cocoa, as well as baked goods like cakes, cookies, and custards.

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