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Is petit laiten poudre vegan?

Petit laiten poudre is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is petit laiten poudre?

Petit lait, also known as whey, is a byproduct of cheese and yogurt production. Petit lait-en-poudre is essentially dehydrated whey powder that is commonly used in baking and cooking as an alternative to milk or cream. It is a great source of protein and nutrients, making it a popular choice for athletes and health enthusiasts. Its slightly sweet taste and light texture make it a versatile ingredient in a variety of dishes such as smoothies, bread, and pastries. Additionally, petit lait-en-poudre has a long shelf life and can be easily stored in a cool, dry place.

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