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Is grasa lácteaanhidra vegan?

Grasa lácteaanhidra is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grasa lácteaanhidra?

Grasa láctea anhidra, also known as anhydrous milk fat, is a dairy-derived ingredient that is made by removing all of the water and non-fat solids from milk fat. This process produces a creamy and rich fat that is commonly used in the food industry for its unique properties, such as its ability to enhance flavor, texture, and mouthfeel. Anhydrous milk fat is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of applications, from baked goods and confectionery products to sauces and dressings. Its high melting point also makes it an ideal ingredient for frying and sautéing, adding a delicious buttery flavor to dishes.

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