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Is condensed milk with sugar vegan?

Condensed milk with sugar is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is condensed milk with sugar?

Condensed milk with sugar is a rich and creamy dairy product that has been heated to remove most of its water content, resulting in a thick and sweet syrup-like consistency. The addition of sugar enhances its natural sweetness, creating a delectable taste that is perfect for baking and cooking. Its long shelf life and versatility make it a popular ingredient in many recipes, from desserts like fudge and caramel sauce to savory dishes like curries and soups. With its smooth texture and distinct flavor, condensed milk with sugar is a must-have for any home cook or baker looking to add depth and richness to their creations.

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