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Is fourrage au lait vegan?

Fourrage au lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fourrage au lait?

Fourrage au lait is a delectable French pastry filling made with milk, sugar, and butter. The rich and creamy texture of this ingredient is perfect for adding a touch of sweetness to pastries such as croissants, tarts, and cakes. With its smooth and velvety consistency, fourrage au lait provides a delectable contrast to the flaky and buttery pastry shell. It's a versatile ingredient that can be customized with various flavors like vanilla or caramel, making it an ideal choice for any bakery item. Whether you're an avid baker or just love indulging in sweet treats, fourrage au lait is sure to satisfy your cravings.

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