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Is lait stérilisé u.h.t vegan?

Lait stérilisé u.h.t is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait stérilisé u.h.t?

Lait stérilisé U.H.T. is a French term for sterilized milk that has been treated with Ultra High Temperature (UHT) to kill all bacteria and microorganisms. This method of sterilization helps to extend the shelf life of the milk, making it a popular choice for both consumers and retailers. The process involves heating the milk to a temperature of around 135-150°C for a few seconds before rapidly cooling it down. This treatment gives the milk a slightly caramelized flavor and a distinctive aroma. Lait stérilisé U.H.T. is a convenient and healthy ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes, including desserts, sauces, and beverages.

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