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Is lait de brebis thermisé vegan?

Lait de brebis thermisé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait de brebis thermisé?

"Lait de brebis thermisé" is a French term that refers to sheep's milk that has been pasteurized at a lower temperature than standard pasteurization, typically around 63°C. This gentle pasteurization method helps to preserve the natural flavor and nutritional value of the milk while reducing the risk of harmful bacteria. "Lait de brebis thermisé" is a popular ingredient in many traditional French dishes, including cheese and yogurt, and is prized for its rich, creamy taste and high protein content. It is also a good source of calcium, vitamins, and minerals, making it a healthy and flavorful addition to any diet.

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