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Is boterpoeder vegan?

Boterpoeder is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is boterpoeder?

Boterpoeder is a Dutch food ingredient that translates to "butter powder" in English. It's a powdered form of butter made by dehydrating regular butter using a spray drying process. The result is a fine, light-yellow powder with a rich buttery flavor and aroma. Boterpoeder is often used as a substitute for regular butter in recipes where the texture or consistency of the dish is critical. It's also popular among backpackers and campers who need a lightweight, shelf-stable butter option for their outdoor adventures. With its versatility, convenience, and lasting shelf life, boterpoeder is a must-have ingredient for any avid cook or baker.

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