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Is h-vollmilch vegan?

H-vollmilch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is h-vollmilch?

H-Vollmilch is a rich and creamy dairy ingredient that is widely used in a variety of food applications. This German term translates to "high-fat milk," indicating that it has a higher fat content than regular milk. H-Vollmilch is typically made from whole cow's milk, which is pasteurized and homogenized to ensure a consistent texture and flavor. The high fat content of H-Vollmilch gives it a luscious mouthfeel and makes it ideal for use in recipes that require a rich, creamy texture, such as desserts, sauces, and soups. H-Vollmilch is a versatile ingredient that can enhance the flavor and texture of many different dishes, and its creamy goodness is sure to delight any food lover.

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