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Is laitdemi-écrémé vegan?

Laitdemi-écrémé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is laitdemi-écrémé?

Lait demi-écrémé is a French term that translates to "semi-skimmed milk." It is a dairy product that has had some of the fat removed, typically containing around 1.5% to 2% fat content. This milk has a creamy and smooth texture, making it a popular choice for cooking and baking in France. Lait demi-écrémé is also consumed on its own or added to coffee, tea, or cereal. It provides a good source of calcium, protein, and essential nutrients for maintaining bone health and overall wellness. Whether you're using it for cooking or drinking, lait demi-écrémé is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that can elevate any recipe.

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