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Is gecondenseerde melk vegan?

Gecondenseerde melk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gecondenseerde melk?

Gecondenseerde melk is a Dutch term that refers to a sweet, thickened milk product. This ingredient is made by simmering milk to remove most of the water content, resulting in a creamy and caramel-like consistency. Gecondenseerde melk is commonly used in a variety of dessert recipes, including fudge, caramel sauce, and ice cream. Its sweet and creamy flavor adds depth to baked goods and provides a delightful contrast to sharp or bitter flavors. With its versatile nature and rich taste, gecondenseerde melk is a beloved ingredient in Dutch cuisine and beyond.

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