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Is leche cruda de cabra vegan?

Leche cruda de cabra is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leche cruda de cabra?

Leche cruda de cabra is a Spanish term that translates to "raw goat's milk." This ingredient is prized for its rich, creamy texture and distinct flavor, which can vary depending on the region where it was produced. Raw goat's milk is a good source of protein and nutrients, including calcium, phosphorus, and vitamins B2 and D. It is often used in traditional dishes such as cheeses, yogurts, and custards, and is popular among those who prefer minimally processed or organic ingredients. However, it is important to note that raw milk carries some health risks and should be handled and consumed with caution.

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