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Is sucre au lait vegan?

Sucre au lait is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre au lait?

Sucre au lait is a French candy made by slowly heating sugar and whole milk until it reaches a thick, caramel-like consistency. This creamy, melt-in-your-mouth confection is known for its irresistible sweetness and smooth texture. Its name literally translates to "sugar with milk," which accurately describes its primary ingredients. Often enjoyed as a dessert or snack, sucre au lait is a traditional French treat that is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. Whether enjoyed on its own or as a delicious addition to your favorite recipe, sucre au lait is a truly decadent indulgence that is sure to leave you wanting more.

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