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Is créme stérilisée vegan?

Créme stérilisée is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is créme stérilisée?

Crème stérilisée, or sterilized cream, is a versatile and long-lasting ingredient widely used in the culinary industry. It is produced by heating fresh cream to a high temperature and then quickly cooling it down, which kills all the bacteria and microorganisms present in the cream, ensuring its safety for consumption. This process also gives the crème stérilisée a longer shelf life compared to regular cream. The resulting product has a rich, creamy texture and a slightly nutty flavor. It can be used in a variety of dishes, from desserts to sauces, providing a smooth and decadent touch to any recipe.

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