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Is lait de coco à vegan?

Lait de coco à is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait de coco à?

Lait de coco à, also known as coconut milk in English, is a creamy and flavorful ingredient widely used in many cuisines around the world. It is a popular ingredient in Southeast Asian and Caribbean cooking, where it is used in curries, soups, desserts, and drinks. Lait de coco à is made by blending grated coconut flesh with water and straining the resulting mixture to extract the milk. It has a rich and slightly sweet taste that pairs well with spicy or savory dishes. It is also a great dairy-free alternative to traditional milk and cream in recipes, making it a versatile ingredient in many vegan and vegetarian dishes.

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