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Is milk cream vegan?

Milk cream is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is milk cream?

Milk cream is a smooth, thick, and rich dairy product that is obtained by separating the high-fat content from fresh milk. It has a velvety texture and contains about 36-40% butterfat, making it perfect for whipping into whipped cream or adding to sauces, soups, or desserts for added richness and flavor. Milk cream is a versatile ingredient that can be found in a wide variety of dishes, from savory to sweet, and is often used as a base for ice cream, custards, and butter. Its presence adds a luxurious touch to any recipe, making it a favorite among chefs and home cooks alike.

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