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Is latte di bufala vegan?

Latte di bufala is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is latte di bufala?

Latte di bufala, also known as buffalo milk in English, is a delectably rich and creamy dairy product that is used extensively in Italian cuisine. Sourced from water buffaloes, this milk has a higher fat content than cow's milk, making it perfect for crafting cheese, butter, and yogurt. Its unique flavor profile features a subtle sweetness with a slightly tangy aftertaste that makes it an excellent addition to savory dishes, desserts, and coffee beverages. Not only is latte di bufala delicious, but it is also highly nutritious, rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals, making it a healthy option for those looking to diversify their dairy intake.

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