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Is laitécrémé concentré sucré vegan?

Laitécrémé concentré sucré is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is laitécrémé concentré sucré?

Laitécrémé concentré sucré, also known as sweetened condensed milk, is a thick, creamy and indulgent dairy product that has been heated and its water content partially removed, leaving a concentrated milk with added sugar. With its smooth texture and rich sweetness, this versatile ingredient is widely used in baking, desserts and beverages, providing a distinctive flavor and color to every recipe it's added to. From classic treats like fudge, caramel or flan, to modern favorites such as iced coffee or milkshakes, laitécrémé concentré sucré adds a touch of luxury and comfort to any dish.

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