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Is poudre de lait entier reconstitué vegan?

Poudre de lait entier reconstitué is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre de lait entier reconstitué?

"Poudre de lait entier reconstitué" is a powdered milk ingredient that has been produced by evaporating whole milk and then spray-drying it into a fine powder. This process ensures the preservation of vital nutrients such as calcium, protein, and vitamins, while also extending its shelf life. Its rich, creamy flavor makes it an excellent addition to recipes requiring milk or cream, including baked goods, soups, and sauces. It's also a convenient option for those who require non-perishable milk and can be easily stored in dry conditions.

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