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Is lait écrèmé reconstitué vegan?

Lait écrèmé reconstitué is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait écrèmé reconstitué?

"Lait écrèmé reconstitué" is a French term that refers to skimmed milk powder, which has been rehydrated with water to create a liquid form of skimmed milk. This ingredient is commonly used in various food applications, such as baked goods, soups, sauces, and beverages. Skimmed milk contains lower levels of fat than whole milk, making it a healthier option for those looking to reduce their calorie intake. Its reconstituted format preserves the nutritional value, flavor, and texture of fresh skimmed milk, while increasing its shelf life and reducing transportation costs.

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