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Is crème de lait cru vegan?

Crème de lait cru is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is crème de lait cru?

Crème de lait cru is a French delicacy that translates to "cream of raw milk." This luxurious ingredient is made from unpasteurized milk, which is heated and skimmed to create a rich and velvety cream. Unlike pasteurized cream, crème de lait cru retains its natural flavor and nutritional benefits, making it a popular choice among gourmands and health enthusiasts alike. Its subtle sweetness and delicate texture lend themselves well to desserts, sauces, and even savory dishes. Incorporating this indulgent ingredient into your cooking will bring a touch of sophistication and authenticity to any meal.

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