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Is le lait stérilisé u.h.t vegan?

Le lait stérilisé u.h.t is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is le lait stérilisé u.h.t?

"Le lait stérilisé UHT" is a French term that refers to milk that has undergone ultra-high temperature (UHT) sterilization to extend its shelf life. This process heats the milk to a temperature of around 135-150°C for a few seconds, effectively killing off any bacteria or spores present. This gives the milk a longer shelf life of up to several months, without the need for refrigeration until opened. The result is a versatile and convenient ingredient that can be used in a variety of recipes, from baking to cooking and beyond. With its rich, creamy taste and long shelf life, "le lait stérilisé UHT" is a must-have in any pantry.

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