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Is lait demi-ecremé vegan?

Lait demi-ecremé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait demi-ecremé?

Lait demi-écrémé is a versatile and widely used ingredient in French cuisine. Translated to English, it means semi-skimmed milk. This type of milk contains approximately 1.5% to 1.8% fat, making it a healthier alternative to whole milk. It has a creamy texture and a slightly sweet taste, making it perfect for use in baking, cooking, or as a beverage on its own. It is commonly used in recipes such as béchamel sauce, custards, and soups. Lait demi-écrémé is a staple ingredient in French households, and its versatility and health benefits make it a popular choice for home cooks and professional chefs alike.

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