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Is creme du lait vegan?

Creme du lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is creme du lait?

Crème du lait, which translates to "cream of milk," is a rich and indulgent dairy product with a silky and smooth texture. It is made by skimming the top layer of cream off fresh milk and then gently heating it to thicken its consistency. This luxurious ingredient is versatile and can be used to add a luscious touch to countless recipes—from classic French desserts like crème brûlée to savory sauces for meat and pasta dishes. The high-fat content of crème du lait makes it perfect for adding richness and depth to any dish. Its heavenly taste and velvety texture make it a must-have in any culinary repertoire.

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