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Is leite pasteurizado vegan?

Leite pasteurizado is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leite pasteurizado?

Leite pasteurizado is a Portuguese term meaning "pasteurized milk." This process involves heating milk to kill off any harmful bacteria, enzymes, or pathogens present in the raw milk. The resulting product is safer for consumption and can last longer before spoiling. Pasteurization does not significantly alter the nutritional value of the milk, and it remains an excellent source of calcium, protein, vitamins, and minerals. Whether you're enjoying a glass of cold milk or using it as an ingredient in your favorite recipe, leite pasteurizado provides a wholesome and delicious base for all sorts of culinary creations.

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