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Is poudre de lait partiellement écrémé vegan?

Poudre de lait partiellement écrémé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre de lait partiellement écrémé?

"Poudre de lait partiellement écrémé" is a fine powder made from cow's milk that has been partially skimmed to remove some of the milk fat. The result is a product with a lower fat content than regular milk powder, making it a popular choice for people who want to reduce their calorie intake without sacrificing the nutritional benefits of dairy. This versatile ingredient can be used in a variety of recipes, from baked goods to soups and sauces, to add a creamy, rich flavor and texture. Its long shelf life and ease of storage make it a convenient pantry staple for any home cook or baker.

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