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Is leche en polvo desnatada reconstituida vegan?

Leche en polvo desnatada reconstituida is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leche en polvo desnatada reconstituida?

"Leche en polvo desnatada reconstituida" is a Spanish term that refers to a type of powdered milk that has had the fat content removed and been then reconstituted with water to form a liquid form. This ingredient is a popular choice for those who want the taste of milk without the added calories that come with whole milk. It can be used in a variety of recipes, from baking to cooking, as well as for making hot or cold drinks. Its versatility and long shelf life make it a convenient pantry staple for any kitchen.

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