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Is au lait thermisé vegan?

Au lait thermisé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au lait thermisé?

"Au lait thermisé" is a French term that refers to milk that has been heated to a precise temperature to eliminate harmful bacteria while preserving the natural flavors of the milk. This process involves heating raw milk to 63°C for 30 minutes and then rapidly cooling it down to 4°C. The end result is a high-quality milk product that's safe for consumption and boasts a delicious, creamy taste. "Au lait thermisé" is often used in artisanal cheese-making and can be found in specialty food shops and markets across France and beyond.

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