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Is lait écrémé concentre sucre vegan?

Lait écrémé concentre sucre is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait écrémé concentre sucre?

"Lait écrémé concentré sucré" is a French ingredient that translates to "sweetened condensed skimmed milk." This thick and creamy dairy product is made by removing water from skimmed milk and then sweetening it with sugar. It has a rich, sweet flavor and a smooth texture that makes it a popular ingredient in desserts such as ice cream, cakes, and candies. The high sugar content also makes it ideal for caramelizing and creating savory dishes like glazes for pork or chicken. With its versatility and distinct flavor profile, sweetened condensed skimmed milk is a must-have ingredient in any kitchen.

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