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Is buffalo milk vegan?

Buffalo milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is buffalo milk?

Buffalo milk is a lesser-known dairy product that offers a distinctive flavor and texture compared to cow's milk. It is creamier, thicker, and richer in fat, protein, and other essential nutrients like calcium, iron, and phosphorus. This ingredient has been used in traditional cuisines around the world, from Italy's prized mozzarella di bufala to India's creamy paneer. Buffalo milk is also considered an excellent alternative for those with lactose intolerance or cow's milk allergy. Its unique taste and versatility make it a great addition to both savory and sweet dishes, such as smoothies, cheese, yogurt, and ice cream.

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