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Is lapte de vacă vegan?

Lapte de vacă is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lapte de vacă?

Lapte de vacă is a creamy, dairy product that's been widely enjoyed for centuries. It's made by milking cows and processing their milk to remove impurities, leaving behind a smooth, white liquid that's packed with nutrients. This ingredient is a staple in many kitchens, often used to create rich, decadent desserts or as an ingredient in savory dishes. Lapte de vacă is a great source of protein, calcium, and vitamins D and B12, making it an excellent addition to any balanced diet. Whether consumed on its own or as a key ingredient in recipes, lapte de vacă is a versatile, delicious food ingredient that's sure to please.

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