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Is lait de noix de coco vegan?

Lait de noix de coco is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait de noix de coco?

Lait de noix de coco, which translates to "coconut milk" in English, is a creamy and rich ingredient commonly used in various cuisines worldwide. It is made by blending the flesh of grated coconut with water and then straining the mixture to produce a thick, flavorful liquid. The resulting milk is an essential ingredient in many Asian and Caribbean dishes, adding a distinctive nutty flavor and texture. It is also a popular dairy-free substitute for milk and cream in vegan and lactose-free recipes. Lait de noix de coco is highly versatile and can be used in savory curries, sweet desserts, and refreshing beverages, making it a staple ingredient in many households.

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