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Is goat and sheep's milk vegan?

Goat and sheep's milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is goat and sheep's milk?

Goat and sheep's milk is a rich and creamy dairy ingredient that provides a unique flavor profile to any dish. These milks are higher in fat and protein compared to cow's milk, giving them a thicker and more luscious texture. Goat's milk has a tangy and slightly sweet taste, while sheep's milk has a milder, nuttier flavor. Both types of milk contain important nutrients such as calcium, vitamin D, and potassium. Adding goat and sheep's milk to recipes like cheese, yogurt, or ice cream can elevate the flavors and give an exotic twist on traditional dairy products.

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