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Is lait thermisé vegan?

Lait thermisé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait thermisé?

Lait thermisé, also known as "thermised milk" in English, is a type of milk that has been heated to a lower temperature than pasteurized milk. This process aims to preserve the natural enzymes and beneficial bacteria found in raw milk, while still reducing harmful bacteria. Thermised milk has a slightly sweeter taste and creamier texture than pasteurized milk, making it a popular choice for cheese production. This method is commonly used in Europe, particularly in France, where it is often used in artisanal dairy products. In recent years, thermised milk has gained popularity in North America as consumers seek out more natural and traditional food processing methods.

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