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Is demi-creme vegan?

Demi-creme is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is demi-creme?

Demi-creme is a French term for "half cream," which refers to a mixture of heavy cream and milk that's commonly used in cooking. It has a rich and silky texture, with a fat content that falls between those of heavy cream and light cream. Demi-creme is often used as a base for sauces, soups, and desserts, as it adds a subtle richness and creaminess without being too heavy or overpowering. It can also be whipped like heavy cream and used as a topping for pies and cakes. This versatile ingredient is a must-have for any serious cook or baker looking to elevate their dishes to the next level.

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