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Is leche en polvo desnàtada vegan?

Leche en polvo desnàtada is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leche en polvo desnàtada?

"Leche en polvo desnatada" is a powdered milk product that has been skimmed of its fat content, making it a healthier alternative to regular powdered milk. This ingredient is made by removing the cream from fresh cow's milk and then spray-drying the remaining liquid to create a fine powder. It is a versatile ingredient commonly used in baking, cooking, and as a milk substitute in beverages. It offers all of the nutritional benefits of regular milk, such as calcium and protein, but with fewer calories and low-fat content. Its powder form provides convenience and a longer shelf life for storage.

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