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Is lait fermente vegan?

Lait fermente is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait fermente?

Lait fermenté, also known as cultured milk, is a popular dairy product that originates from France. It is made by adding bacterial cultures to fresh milk, which causes fermentation and thickening of the consistency. The tangy flavor and creamy texture make it a versatile ingredient in both savory and sweet dishes. Rich in probiotics, lait fermenté provides numerous health benefits such as aiding digestion and boosting the immune system. Lait fermenté can be used in various recipes including dips, marinades, dressings, and desserts. This traditional French ingredient has gained popularity worldwide for its unique taste and nutritional value.

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