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Is evaporated milk vegan?

Evaporated milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is evaporated milk?

Evaporated milk is a type of canned milk that has had about 60% of its water content removed through a heating process. This results in a thicker, creamier texture and a richer taste than regular milk. It's often used as a substitute for fresh milk in recipes like custards, soups, and sauces, where its concentrated flavor makes it an excellent addition. Evaporated milk also has a longer shelf life than fresh milk and is a great source of vitamin D and calcium. Its versatility and convenience make it a popular ingredient in many kitchens around the world.

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