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Is lait condense écréme vegan?

Lait condense écréme is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait condense écréme?

"Lait condensé écrémé" is a French term that refers to a dairy product commonly used in desserts and other sweet treats. It is made by removing water from milk and adding sugar, resulting in a thick, creamy substance with a slightly caramelized flavor. Unlike regular condensed milk, "lait condensé écrémé" is skimmed, meaning it contains less fat and calories. This makes it a popular ingredient for those looking for a lighter alternative in their baking or cooking projects. Its rich texture and sweet taste make it a versatile addition to a variety of dishes, from cakes and pies to sauces and ice creams.

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