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Is getmjölk vegan?

Getmjölk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is getmjölk?

Getmjölk is a traditional Swedish ingredient that has been used for centuries in various dishes, particularly in baking. It's a cultured milk product, similar to buttermilk, with a tangy and slightly sour taste, which makes it an excellent addition to recipes that require a bit of acidity. Getmjölk is made by adding bacteria to milk, which causes it to thicken and develop its distinctive flavor. Its versatility makes it a staple in many Swedish kitchens, where it's used to make everything from cakes and bread to sauces and marinades. Thanks to its probiotic properties, getmjölk is also considered a healthy addition to any diet.

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