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Is lait de chevre pasteurisé vegan?

Lait de chevre pasteurisé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait de chevre pasteurisé?

"Lait de chevre pasteurisé" is the French term for pasteurized goat milk. It is a creamy, smooth and slightly tangy milk that has been heated to eliminate harmful bacteria without altering its taste or nutritional value. This ingredient is an excellent alternative to cow's milk for those with lactose intolerance or other dietary restrictions. Goat milk contains more essential nutrients than cow's milk and is easily digestible, making it an ideal choice for infants, children, and adults. Pasturization ensures that the milk is safe for consumption while retaining its flavorful and nutritious qualities.

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