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Is dry whole milk vegan?

Dry whole milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dry whole milk?

Dry whole milk is a versatile and convenient ingredient that has been dehydrated to remove all the moisture, resulting in a fine powder. This type of milk is made from fresh cow's milk that has been pasteurized and homogenized to ensure it stays fresher for longer. It is an excellent source of essential nutrients such as calcium, protein, and Vitamin D, making it a popular choice for baking, cooking, and preparing infant formulas. Dry whole milk can also be used as a substitute for regular milk in recipes or added to smoothies and drinks for added creaminess and taste. Its long shelf life and easy storage make it a pantry staple for many households.

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