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Is gezuckerte kondensmagermilch vegan?

Gezuckerte kondensmagermilch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gezuckerte kondensmagermilch?

Gezuckerte Kondensmagermilch is a German food ingredient that is widely used in many recipes. It is a type of condensed milk that has been sweetened with sugar, resulting in a thick and creamy texture with a rich, caramel-like flavor. This ingredient is made from skimmed milk that has been evaporated until it reaches a thick, concentrated state. It is commonly used in desserts such as cakes, puddings, and ice cream, as well as in coffee and tea. Gezuckerte Kondensmagermilch is a versatile and delicious ingredient that adds a unique flavor and texture to many dishes.

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