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Is lait entier standardisé vegan?

Lait entier standardisé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait entier standardisé?

"Lait entier standardisé" is a French term that refers to standardized whole milk. This ingredient undergoes a process where the cream is evenly distributed throughout the milk, resulting in a consistent fat content. Standardization ensures that every batch of milk meets a specific fat percentage, typically between 3.5% and 4%. This ingredient is commonly used in recipes that require a rich and creamy flavor, such as sauces, custards, and ice creams. Its velvety texture and indulgent taste make it a popular choice for those who enjoy the taste of full-fat dairy.

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