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Is aus milch vegan?

Aus milch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aus milch?

"Aus Milch" is a German phrase that translates to "made from milk". This versatile ingredient is a staple in many recipes, ranging from desserts like pudding and ice cream, to savory dishes like creamy pasta sauces and quiches. Its rich and creamy texture can be attributed to the high fat content of milk. In addition to adding flavor and texture, "aus Milch" is also a good source of vitamins and minerals such as calcium, vitamin D, and potassium, making it a nutritious addition to any meal or snack. Whether you prefer it in its liquid form, or as a solid cheese, "aus Milch" is a beloved ingredient in many cuisines around the world.

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