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Is leche condensada azucarada vegan?

Leche condensada azucarada is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leche condensada azucarada?

Leche condensada azucarada is a popular, sweetened milk product commonly used in Latin American and Filipino cuisine. It is made by evaporating most of the water from cow's milk and then adding sugar, creating a thick and creamy texture with a distinctly sweet taste. Used as a topping for desserts or as an ingredient in coffee or tea, leche condensada azucarada adds a delightful sweetness that is both rich and satisfying. While it can be a high-calorie food due to its high sugar content, it remains a beloved ingredient in many cultural cuisines around the world.

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