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Is yaourt écrémé vegan?

Yaourt écrémé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is yaourt écrémé?

Yaourt écrémé is a creamy and tangy dairy product made from skimmed milk. It is a low-fat version of traditional yogurt that has been strained to remove most of the fat content. The result is a smooth and refreshing yogurt that is low in calories but still packed with protein, calcium, and other essential nutrients. Yaourt écrémé is a versatile ingredient that can be enjoyed on its own or used in a wide range of recipes, from smoothies and dressings to dips and desserts. Its mild flavor and creamy texture make it a popular choice for health-conscious individuals who want to enjoy the benefits of yogurt without the extra fat.

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