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Is dry milk whey vegan?

Dry milk whey is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dry milk whey?

Dry milk whey is a highly versatile ingredient that is obtained during the cheese-making process. It is the liquid that separates from the curd when cheese is made, and is then filtered, pasteurized, and dried to create a powder. Its mild flavor and high nutritional value make it a popular choice in food products such as baked goods, protein bars, and infant formula. Dry milk whey also acts as a binding agent, enhancing the texture and mouthfeel of certain foods. Additionally, it contains essential amino acids, making it a valuable source of protein for individuals looking to maintain a healthy diet.

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