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Is lactoserum doux vegan?

Lactoserum doux is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lactoserum doux?

Lactoserum doux, also known as sweet whey, is a byproduct of cheese-making that has been processed to remove most of the fat and lactose. It is a pale yellow liquid with a slightly sweet taste and a faint dairy aroma. Lactoserum doux can be used as a natural flavor enhancer in a variety of food products, including baked goods, soups, sauces, and beverages. Its high protein content makes it a popular ingredient in sports nutrition products, as well as infant formulas. Lactoserum doux can also be used as a natural source of lactose for fermentation processes, such as making yogurt or sourdough bread.

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