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Is dried buttermilk vegan?

Dried buttermilk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dried buttermilk?

Dried buttermilk is a versatile and convenient ingredient that adds a rich and tangy flavor to baked goods, sauces, and marinades. It is made by removing the liquid from fresh buttermilk and then drying the remaining solids into a fine powder. This process helps to extend the shelf life of buttermilk while preserving its distinctive taste and nutritional benefits. Dried buttermilk is an excellent source of protein, calcium, and other essential vitamins and minerals. It is a popular ingredient in many recipes and can be easily reconstituted with water to make a creamy and flavorful substitute for fresh buttermilk.

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