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Is lait pasteurisë vegan?

Lait pasteurisë is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait pasteurisë?

Lait pasteurisé is a French term that translates to pasteurized milk. It refers to milk that has been heated to a specific temperature for a certain amount of time to kill any harmful bacteria and extend its shelf life. This process involves heating the milk to between 145 and 150 degrees Fahrenheit for roughly 30 minutes before rapidly cooling it to below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Pasteurization also helps to maintain the nutritional value of the milk, making it a safer and more nutritious option for consumption. Lait pasteurisé is commonly used in various dairy products such as cheese, yogurt, and ice cream.

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