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Is creme legere vegan?

Creme legere is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is creme legere?

Creme Legere is a light cream made by combining heavy cream and milk. This French ingredient has a rich, velvety texture and a delicate flavor that's perfect for desserts and sauces. It's lower in fat and calories compared to regular cream, making it a healthier alternative for those watching their waistlines. Creme Legere has a smooth consistency that makes it easy to blend with other ingredients and won't overpower the flavors of your dish. Whether you're whipping it into a mousse or using it as a base for a creamy soup, Creme Legere is a versatile and delicious addition to any recipe.

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