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Is condensed skim milk vegan?

Condensed skim milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is condensed skim milk?

Condensed skim milk is a dairy product that has been stripped of its fat content and then concentrated through the process of evaporation. This results in a thick, syrupy liquid with a creamy texture and a slightly sweet flavor. The absence of fat makes this ingredient a healthier alternative to regular condensed milk, but it's still rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals. It's commonly used in baking as a substitute for whole milk or cream, and it can also be added to coffee, tea, or hot chocolate to provide a silky smoothness and a touch of sweetness without the extra calories.

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