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Is leche uht entera vegan?

Leche uht entera is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leche uht entera?

"Leche UHT entera" is a Spanish term that refers to whole ultra-high temperature (UHT) treated milk. This type of milk goes through a process of heating and sterilization, which extends its shelf life without the need for refrigeration. The UHT process also gives the milk a slightly caramelized flavor and a creamy texture that makes it perfect for use in coffee, tea, or desserts. "Leche UHT entera" is a versatile ingredient that provides essential nutrients like calcium, protein, and vitamins A and D. Its long-lasting storage capability and delicious taste make it a popular choice among households and food businesses alike.

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