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Is jogurttihapate vegan?

Jogurttihapate is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is jogurttihapate?

Jogurttihapate is a Finnish culinary ingredient that combines the tangy flavor of yogurt with the rich creaminess of sour cream. This versatile ingredient can be used to add a delightful twist to a wide range of dishes, from dips and dressings to soups and stews. Jogurttihapate's smooth and velvety texture, coupled with its unique flavor profile, makes it an ideal addition to both sweet and savory dishes. This Finnish delicacy is a must-try for anyone looking to experiment with new and exciting ingredients in their cooking repertoire.

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