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Is pasteurized milk'and cream vegan?

Pasteurized milk'and cream is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteurized milk'and cream?

Pasteurized milk and cream are dairy products that have undergone a heating process to kill off any harmful bacteria. The milk and cream are heated to a specific temperature and held there for a set period of time to ensure that any potentially harmful microorganisms are destroyed, while still maintaining the nutrient content and flavor of the dairy. This process also helps to extend the shelf life of the milk and cream, making it safer and more convenient for consumption. The resulting product is a smooth and creamy liquid that can be used in a variety of recipes, from sauces and soups to desserts and beverages.

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