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Is crème. vegan?

Crème. is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is crème.?

Crème is a French word that literally means 'cream'. It is a dairy product that can be used in cooking or as a condiment. Typically, it refers to a rich, thick, velvety texture with a high-fat content. Crème has a variety of uses in both sweet and savory dishes, ranging from sauces and soups to desserts like cakes and custards. It can also be whipped or churned into butter, and flavored with herbs or spices for added complexity. The creamy and luxurious texture of crème adds depth and richness to any dish it is used in, making it a beloved ingredient in many cuisines around the world.

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