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Is lait de montagne vegan?

Lait de montagne is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait de montagne?

"Lait de montagne" is a French term that translates to "mountain milk." It refers to milk that is produced by cows grazing on the lush grasses and herbs found in the high-altitude meadows of the Alps or other mountainous regions. This milk has a unique flavor profile, which is influenced by the cow's diet and the specific environmental conditions of the mountainous terrain. It is often considered richer and creamier than milk produced from cows in lower altitudes. The production of "lait de montagne" follows strict regulations to ensure its purity and authenticity, making it a sought-after ingredient in traditional French cuisine.

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