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Is laitécrémé réhydraté vegan?

Laitécrémé réhydraté is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is laitécrémé réhydraté?

"Laitécrémé réhydraté" is a French term that translates to "reconstituted skimmed milk." This ingredient is made by adding water to a powdered or condensed form of skimmed milk. It is commonly used in food products such as baked goods, ice cream, and yogurt. The rehydration process allows for a longer shelf life and easier transportation of the product. Additionally, because it is skimmed milk, it contains very little fat and is often used as a healthier alternative to whole milk in recipes. Incorporating laitécrémé réhydraté into your cooking allows for a creamy texture without the added calories.

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