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Is latte parzialmente scremato vegan?

Latte parzialmente scremato is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is latte parzialmente scremato?

Latte parzialmente scremato is an Italian term that refers to partially skimmed milk. It's a dairy product that has had some of the cream removed, resulting in a lower fat content and lighter texture than whole milk. This type of milk is commonly used in coffee drinks like lattes and cappuccinos to create a smooth, creamy foam on top. With its slightly reduced fat content, latte parzialmente scremato is a healthier option for those looking to reduce their calorie intake while still enjoying the rich taste and texture of milk.

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