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Is condensed skimmed milk vegan?

Condensed skimmed milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is condensed skimmed milk?

Condensed skimmed milk is a dairy ingredient that has been processed to remove water and concentrate the milk solids. It is made from skimmed milk, which has had most of the fat content removed before it is condensed. The result is a thick, sweetened milk product that can be used in a variety of cooking and baking applications. Condensed skimmed milk is often used as a substitute for cream in recipes, as it provides a rich, creamy texture with fewer calories and less fat. It can also be added to coffee or tea for a creamy and sweet flavor, or drizzled over desserts for a decadent finish.

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