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Is matière grasse de lait vegan?

Matière grasse de lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is matière grasse de lait?

Matière grasse de lait, or milk fat, is a creamy and decadent ingredient derived from the fatty portion of milk. It is commonly used in the production of dairy products such as butter, cream, and cheese, as well as baked goods, sauces, and desserts. Milk fat has a distinctive flavor profile with a rich, buttery taste that adds depth and complexity to any dish. Its smooth texture and ability to emulsify make it an essential ingredient for creating velvety sauces and indulgent desserts. Whether used in sweet or savory dishes, matière grasse de lait elevates any recipe to the next level.

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