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Is poudre à lait vegan?

Poudre à lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre à lait?

Poudre à lait, also known as milk powder, is a dehydrated form of milk that has been produced by removing the water content from fresh milk. It is a versatile ingredient used in many food products, including baked goods, confectionery, and dairy products. Poudre à lait contains all the essential nutrients found in fresh milk, making it an excellent source of protein, calcium, and vitamin D. It has a long shelf life compared to fresh milk, making it ideal for use in areas where refrigeration is not available. The fine texture and smooth consistency of poudre à lait make it easy to mix into recipes, providing a rich, creamy flavor to any dish.

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