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Is kecsketej vegan?

Kecsketej is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kecsketej?

Kecsketej, also known as goat's milk, is a delicious and nutritious dairy product that has been enjoyed for centuries. This creamy milk is rich in essential vitamins and minerals, such as calcium and vitamin D, making it a great choice for maintaining strong bones and overall health. With a slightly tangy and sweet flavor, kecsketej can be enjoyed on its own or used in a variety of recipes, from savory dishes like curries and soups to sweet treats like ice cream and baked goods. Plus, for those who are lactose intolerant, kecsketej is often easier to digest than cow's milk, making it a great alternative for those who love dairy but struggle with digestive issues.

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