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Is d crème vegan?

D crème is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is d crème?

D crème is a type of dairy product with a rich and creamy texture that is commonly used as an ingredient in desserts and pastries. This indulgent cream is made from high-quality milk and boasts a velvety consistency that adds a luxurious touch to any sweet treat. Its versatility makes it a popular ingredient in classic French desserts like crème brûlée, eclairs, and mille-feuilles. D crème's smooth and silky texture also makes it ideal for creating luscious frostings, mousses, and custards. With its irresistible taste and mouthfeel, D crème is a must-have ingredient for any dessert connoisseur looking to elevate their creations to the next level.

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