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Is kondensierte vollmilch vegan?

Kondensierte vollmilch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kondensierte vollmilch?

Kondensierte Vollmilch, also known as sweetened condensed milk, is a rich and creamy ingredient made by removing most of the water from whole milk and adding sugar. This process creates a thick and sticky mixture with a caramel-like color and a sweet, indulgent flavor. Kondensierte Vollmilch is commonly used in baking and dessert recipes, where its high sugar content adds sweetness and helps create a moist texture. It can also be used to make homemade caramel sauce, fudge, and ice cream. Kondensierte Vollmilch is a versatile and delicious ingredient that can take your desserts to the next level.

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