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Is leche parcialmente descremada vegan?

Leche parcialmente descremada is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leche parcialmente descremada?

Leche parcialmente descremada is a Spanish term that translates to "partially skimmed milk." This dairy ingredient is made by removing some, but not all, of the cream from whole milk. It has a lower fat content than regular whole milk and can be used as a substitute in recipes that call for it. Partially skimmed milk is often chosen by those who want to reduce their calorie intake or limit their consumption of saturated fat. It still contains essential nutrients such as protein, calcium, and vitamin D, making it a nutritious option for adding to your diet.

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