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Is de lait de coco vegan?

De lait de coco is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de lait de coco?

"De lait de coco" is a versatile and delicious food ingredient that adds a creamy, tropical flavor to a wide range of dishes. Made from the flesh of mature coconuts, this non-dairy milk alternative is a popular ingredient in many Southeast Asian, Caribbean, and Latin American cuisines. It is low in calories, rich in nutrients, and provides a deliciously sweet and nutty flavor. Its creamy texture and unique taste make it a popular choice for vegan and vegetarian recipes, as well as for those with lactose intolerance. Add it to curries, smoothies, soups, desserts, and more for a delicious taste of the tropics.

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