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Is lait à vegan?

Lait à is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait à?

"Lait à" is a French term that translates to "milk with" in English. It refers to a versatile ingredient commonly used in French cuisine. It typically consists of whole milk that has been simmered with various flavorings, such as vanilla, cinnamon, or sugar. The resulting milk is rich, creamy, and infused with the flavor of the added ingredients. Lait à can be used in a variety of desserts, such as crème brûlée, custards, and puddings, as well as in hot drinks like lattes and hot chocolate. This ingredient adds depth and complexity to any recipe it is used in, making it a staple in many French kitchens.

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