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Is laitcru de vache vegan?

Laitcru de vache is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is laitcru de vache?

Lait cru de vache, also known as raw cow's milk, is a creamy and rich dairy ingredient that is packed with nutrients. Unlike pasteurized milk, it has not undergone any heat treatment, which means that it retains its natural enzymes and beneficial bacteria. This gives it a distinct flavor profile that is often described as fresher and more complex than processed milk. Lait cru de vache is commonly used in cheese-making and can also be enjoyed on its own as a refreshing beverage. However, it is important to note that because it is unpasteurized, it carries a higher risk of bacterial contamination and should be consumed with caution.

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