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Is joghurt aus vollmilch vegan?

Joghurt aus vollmilch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is joghurt aus vollmilch?

Joghurt aus Vollmilch, also known as yogurt made from whole milk, is a creamy and rich dairy product that is enjoyed all around the world. This type of yogurt is made by fermenting whole milk with lactic acid bacteria, resulting in a tangy flavor and thick texture. Joghurt aus Vollmilch is an excellent source of protein, calcium, and probiotics, which are good for digestion and overall health. It can be enjoyed plain or with added fruit, honey, or granola for a delicious and nutritious breakfast or snack. Its versatility makes it a popular ingredient for smoothies, dips, sauces, and baked goods.

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