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Is fettarmemilch vegan?

Fettarmemilch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fettarmemilch?

Fettarme Milch, also known as low-fat milk in English, is a dairy product that has been processed to remove a significant amount of the fat content found in regular milk. This results in a milk product that has a lower calorie count and fat content, making it an ideal choice for those who are conscious of their dietary intake. Despite the lower fat content, fettarme Milch still retains its creamy texture and delicious taste, making it a popular choice for use in a variety of recipes. It can be used to make anything from smoothies to baked goods, and is a versatile ingredient that should be a staple in any healthy kitchen.

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