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Is fat-free yogurt vegan?

Fat-free yogurt is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fat-free yogurt?

Fat-free yogurt is a dairy product that has been processed to remove all or most of the milk fat, resulting in a low-fat or fat-free content. It typically contains live bacterial cultures, which are beneficial for gut health, and is a good source of protein, calcium, and other nutrients. Fat-free yogurt is a popular choice among health-conscious individuals who want to reduce their calorie intake while still enjoying the creamy texture and tangy flavor of traditional yogurt. It can be consumed on its own, used as a topping or ingredient in recipes, or mixed with fruits and granola for a nutritious snack or breakfast.

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