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Is crème sterilisée uht vegan?

Crème sterilisée uht is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is crème sterilisée uht?

Crème stérilisée UHT is a type of cream that has been sterilized using the ultra-high-temperature (UHT) process. This process involves heating the cream to a very high temperature for a few seconds, which eliminates any harmful bacteria and prolongs its shelf life. The resulting cream has a long shelf life of up to six months without refrigeration. It has a rich, creamy texture and is commonly used in cooking and baking as well as in coffee and tea. Its extended shelf life makes it a convenient ingredient for those who want to keep dairy products on hand but don't want to worry about spoilage.

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