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Is fermented cream vegan?

Fermented cream is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fermented cream?

Fermented cream is a tangy and rich ingredient that is produced through the natural process of lacto-fermentation. This process involves the addition of live bacteria cultures to fresh cream, which then transforms the cream into a thick, sour and creamy product that is packed with healthy probiotics. The resulting taste and texture of fermented cream can vary depending on the specific bacteria used and the length of fermentation. Fermented cream is commonly used in a variety of dishes such as soups, sauces, and dips, and adds a distinctive sour and tangy flavor profile that enhances the overall taste and nutrition of the food.

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