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Is condensed whole milk vegan?

Condensed whole milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is condensed whole milk?

Condensed whole milk is a thick, creamy and sweetened milk product that has been cooked down to reduce water content. It is made by removing most of the water from fresh whole milk and then adding sugar to create a rich, caramel-like flavor. Condensed whole milk has a shelf life of several months and can be used in a variety of recipes, including desserts, drinks, and sauces. It is often used as a substitute for regular milk or cream to add richness and sweetness to dishes. It is a popular ingredient in many countries around the world, especially in Latin America and Southeast Asia.

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