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Is animal milk vegan?

Animal milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is animal milk?

Animal milk is a highly nutritious and versatile ingredient that has been a staple in human diets for centuries. It is typically obtained from mammals such as cows, goats, and sheep, and is rich in protein, calcium, and other essential nutrients. Milk can be consumed in its natural form, or used to create a wide variety of dairy products such as cheese, butter, and yogurt. In addition to its nutritional benefits, milk is also valued for its creamy texture and subtle sweetness, making it a popular ingredient in many savory and sweet dishes. Whether enjoyed on its own or incorporated into your favorite recipe, animal milk is a delicious and wholesome addition to any diet.

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