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Is lait écrémé' réhydraté vegan?

Lait écrémé' réhydraté is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait écrémé' réhydraté?

"Lait écrémé réhydraté" is a French term that refers to reconstituted skimmed milk, which has been dehydrated and then rehydrated with water. This process makes the milk more shelf-stable and convenient for storage and transportation. Skimmed milk contains no more than 0.5% fat and is an excellent source of calcium and protein. As a result, it is a popular ingredient in many nutritious and low-fat food products, such as yogurt, cheese, and baked goods. When used as an ingredient, "lait écrémé réhydraté" adds a creamy texture and subtle sweetness to dishes while maintaining a low-calorie count.

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