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Is beurre concentré reconstitué vegan?

Beurre concentré reconstitué is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is beurre concentré reconstitué?

"Beurre concentré reconstitué" is a French term that refers to "reconstituted concentrated butter." This ingredient is made through a process that involves reducing fresh cream to concentrate the fat content. The concentrated butter is then reconstituted by adding water, which returns it to its original consistency. This allows for a more affordable alternative to using traditional butter, while still retaining the same rich and creamy flavor. Beurre concentré reconstitué is often used in baking recipes, as well as in sauces and spreads. It can also be used as a substitute for regular butter in many recipes.

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