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Is poudre lait écrémé vegan?

Poudre lait écrémé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre lait écrémé?

Poudre lait écrémé, also known as skimmed milk powder, is a dairy product made by evaporating the liquid content of skim milk. This process removes most of the water, resulting in a fine powder that is rich in protein and low in fat. Skimmed milk powder has a subtle, creamy flavor that is ideal for adding to recipes such as baked goods, smoothies, and soups. It can also be reconstituted with water to make a low-fat milk alternative. Skimmed milk powder is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes and is a great source of nutrition for those looking to reduce their fat intake.

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