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Is pasteurised milk and cream vegan?

Pasteurised milk and cream is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteurised milk and cream?

Pasteurized milk and cream are a delicious and versatile ingredient that adds a rich and creamy taste to a wide range of recipes. This ingredient is made by heating raw milk to a specific temperature for a certain amount of time to eliminate harmful bacteria without altering its nutritional value or taste. The cream is then separated from the milk, and both are pasteurized together to create a smooth and consistent texture. The resulting product is perfect for use in cooking, baking, or enjoying as a refreshing beverage. Whether used in sauces, soups, or desserts, pasteurized milk and cream add a delicious and wholesome flavor to any dish.

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