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Is lait demi~écrémé vegan?

Lait demi~écrémé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait demi~écrémé?

"Lait demi-écrémé" is a dairy product that is widely used in French cuisine. It is a type of milk that is partially skimmed, which means that it contains a lower percentage of fat than whole milk but more than skimmed milk. The term "demi-écrémé" literally translates to "half-skimmed" in English. This milk is often used in recipes that require a lower fat content without sacrificing the creaminess of the dish. It is also commonly consumed on its own or used in hot beverages such as coffee or tea. "Lait demi-écrémé" is a versatile ingredient that can be found in most French supermarkets and is enjoyed by many in France and around the world.

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