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Is kokosmilch vegan?

Kokosmilch is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kokosmilch?

Kokosmilch, also known as coconut milk, is a creamy, dairy-free liquid extracted from grated coconut flesh. It's commonly used in Southeast Asian and Caribbean cuisine as a base for curries, soups, and stews, as well as in sweet dishes such as desserts and smoothies. With its rich, velvety texture and slightly sweet, nutty flavor, kokosmilch adds depth and complexity to any recipe. It's also a great alternative to dairy milk for those with lactose intolerance or following a vegan diet. Kokosmilch is packed with vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats, making it a nutritious and delicious addition to your culinary arsenal.

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