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Is gezuckerte kondensmilch vegan?

Gezuckerte kondensmilch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gezuckerte kondensmilch?

Gezuckerte Kondensmilch, also known as sweetened condensed milk, is a thick and creamy dairy product made by removing most of the water content from milk and adding sugar. It has a sweet and caramel-like flavor with a thick, syrupy consistency. This ingredient is commonly used in desserts such as pies, cakes, and fudge, and as a popular addition to coffee and tea. It can also be used as a substitute for regular milk in recipes, providing a richer, creamier texture. Gezuckerte Kondensmilch is a versatile ingredient that adds a delicious and decadent touch to any recipe.

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