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Is yaourt doux vegan?

Yaourt doux is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is yaourt doux?

Yaourt doux is a delicious and creamy French yogurt with a mildly sweet flavor. It is made from high-quality milk that is carefully fermented with live bacterial cultures, resulting in a smooth and velvety texture. Unlike some other yogurts, yaourt doux has a gentle tanginess that is not overpowering, making it perfect for pairing with fresh fruit, granola, or honey for a healthy and satisfying breakfast or snack. Its versatility also makes it a great ingredient for cooking and baking, adding richness and depth to dishes such as sauces, marinades, and cakes. Try yaourt doux for a taste of French culinary excellence.

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