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Is lait entier en poudre % vegan?

Lait entier en poudre % is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait entier en poudre %?

Lait entier en poudre % is a high-quality powdered milk ingredient that has been carefully processed to retain all the natural goodness of whole milk. It is created by evaporating fresh milk until it becomes a fine powder, which can then be reconstituted with water for use in a wide range of recipes. With a rich, creamy flavor and a high protein content, this versatile ingredient is ideal for adding nutrition and flavor to baked goods, sauces, and other dishes. It can also be used as a shelf-stable alternative to liquid milk in emergency situations or for those who do not have access to fresh milk.

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