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Is leche descremada en polvó vegan?

Leche descremada en polvó is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leche descremada en polvó?

Leche descremada en polvo is a low-fat, powdered milk that has been processed to remove the cream content. It is made by drying and pulverizing skimmed milk until it becomes a fine powder, which can be reconstituted with water to create liquid milk again. This versatile ingredient is often used in baked goods, smoothies, and other recipes as a dairy substitute. With its long shelf life and easy-to-store form, leche descremada en polvo is a convenient pantry staple for those who prefer low-fat dairy options or want to reduce food waste by using only what they need.

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