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Is lait concentré ecremé vegan?

Lait concentré ecremé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait concentré ecremé?

"Lait concentré écrémé" is a French food ingredient that translates to "skimmed condensed milk". It is a thick, creamy and smooth product made by evaporating most of the water content from fresh milk. This process concentrates the nutrients and flavors of the milk, resulting in a rich and slightly sweet taste. Lait concentré écrémé is often used as a versatile ingredient in a variety of recipes, such as desserts, sauces, and coffee drinks. It can even be enjoyed on its own as a delicious and nutritious snack. With its long shelf life and multiple uses, this ingredient is a convenient addition to any kitchen pantry.

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