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Is lait frais demi écrémé vegan?

Lait frais demi écrémé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait frais demi écrémé?

"Lait frais demi écrémé" is a French term that refers to fresh, semi-skimmed milk. It is a dairy product that has undergone a partial removal of cream, resulting in a lower fat content than whole milk. This makes it a popular choice for those who want to reduce their fat intake without sacrificing the nutritional benefits of milk. "Lait frais demi écrémé" has a rich, creamy taste and texture that is perfect for use in a variety of recipes, from creamy sauces to baked goods. It is also commonly used as a refreshing drink on its own, and is a staple in many households across France.

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