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Is lait de vache cru vegan?

Lait de vache cru is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait de vache cru?

"Lait de vache cru" is a French term that refers to raw cow's milk. This unprocessed and unpasteurized milk is known for its distinct flavor and nutritional value, as it contains beneficial bacteria and enzymes that can aid in digestion and boost the immune system. However, raw milk may also contain harmful bacteria and pathogens, making it a controversial ingredient. In some countries, the sale of raw milk is prohibited, while in others it is strictly regulated. Raw cow's milk is often used in traditional cheese-making, adding a unique complexity of taste and texture to the final product.

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