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Is leche semidescremada vegan?

Leche semidescremada is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leche semidescremada?

Leche semidescremada is a Spanish term that refers to semi-skimmed milk. It's a dairy product that has had some of the fat removed, but not all of it. This results in a milk with a slightly lower fat content than whole milk, but still with a creamy and rich taste. Leche semidescremada is a popular ingredient in many recipes, including smoothies, coffee drinks, and baked goods. It's also a great option for those who want to reduce their calorie intake without sacrificing flavor or nutrition. Whether enjoyed on its own or used in cooking, leche semidescremada is a versatile and delicious addition to any diet.

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