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Is poudres de beurre vegan?

Poudres de beurre is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudres de beurre?

Poudres de beurre, also known as butter powder, is a versatile and convenient ingredient that can add rich, creamy flavor to a wide range of dishes. Made from high-quality butter that has been spray-dried into a fine powder, it offers all the taste and texture of fresh butter without the need for refrigeration or melting. Poudres de beurre is a popular choice for baking, cooking, and snack making, and can be used to enhance everything from sauces and soups to popcorn and seasoning blends. Its long shelf life and easy handling make it an excellent choice for home cooks, food manufacturers, and chefs alike.

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