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Is poudre delait vegan?

Poudre delait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre delait?

Poudre de lait is a versatile food ingredient commonly used in cooking and baking. It is a fine powder made from dried milk solids, with a creamy white color and a slightly sweet taste. Poudre de lait is often used as a substitute for fresh milk, providing a convenient and long-lasting source of dairy flavor and nutrition. It can be added to recipes such as cakes, bread, and soups, as well as used as a base for hot chocolate and other beverages. Poudre de lait is a great ingredient for those looking to add richness and creaminess to their dishes, without the hassle of keeping fresh milk on hand.

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