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Is lait vache pasteurisé vegan?

Lait vache pasteurisé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lait vache pasteurisé?

Lait vache pasteurisé is a French term that translates to pasteurized cow's milk. It is a creamy and nutritious dairy product that undergoes a process of pasteurization to eliminate harmful bacteria and prolong its shelf life. This milk is sourced from healthy cows that graze on lush green pastures, providing essential vitamins and minerals to the milk. Lait vache pasteurisé is versatile and used in various culinary applications, from baking to cooking, and even consumed as a refreshing beverage. Its smooth and rich texture makes it a popular ingredient in many French dishes, including sauces, soups, and desserts.

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