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Is poudredelaitentier vegan?

Poudredelaitentier is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudredelaitentier?

Poudre de lait entier, also known as whole milk powder, is a versatile food ingredient with a creamy and rich flavor. It is made by evaporating all the moisture from fresh, pasteurized whole milk, leaving behind a fine powder that can be easily reconstituted with water. Poudre de lait entier is commonly used in baking, confectionery, and dairy-based products such as yogurt, ice cream, and cheese. It is also a popular ingredient in coffee and tea beverages, providing a smooth and velvety texture. Poudre de lait entier is a great source of calcium, protein, and vitamins, making it a nutritious addition to any recipe.

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