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Is petit-lait vegan?

Petit-lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is petit-lait?

Petit-lait, also known as whey, is a by-product of cheese-making that has been treasured for centuries due to its numerous health benefits. This low-fat and high-protein liquid is packed with essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, making it a popular ingredient in many health supplements and protein powders. Petit-lait is also used in the food industry as a natural preservative, flavor enhancer, and texture improver, particularly in baked goods, dairy products, and sports drinks. With its tangy and slightly sweet taste, petit-lait adds a unique flavor profile to any recipe, while its nutritional value makes it a must-have ingredient for anyone looking to maintain a balanced diet.

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