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Is γάλα vegan?

Γάλα is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is γάλα?

Γάλα, pronounced "gala," is the Greek word for milk. It is a nutrient-rich liquid that is an essential ingredient in many recipes and a staple in many households. Milk contains high levels of calcium, protein, vitamins, and minerals, making it an excellent source of nutrition for people of all ages. In Greece, milk is often used to make traditional desserts such as custards and rice puddings, and it is also commonly used in savory dishes like moussaka and soups. Whether enjoyed on its own or used as an ingredient in cooking, γάλα is a versatile and nutritious food that has been enjoyed by people for thousands of years.

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