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Is poudres de lait vegan?

Poudres de lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudres de lait?

Poudres de lait, also known as milk powder, is a highly versatile and convenient food ingredient. It is made by removing the moisture from fresh milk, resulting in a dry, powdered form that can be easily stored and transported. Poudres de lait is a popular ingredient in baking, as it adds a rich, creamy flavor and texture to baked goods like cakes, cookies, and bread. It is also commonly used in the production of chocolate, ice cream, and other dairy products. Poudres de lait can be reconstituted with water to create liquid milk, making it a convenient option for those who prefer to store milk in a dry, shelf-stable form.

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