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Is leche de oveja vegan?

Leche de oveja is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leche de oveja?

Leche de oveja, also known as sheep's milk in English, is a rich and creamy dairy product that has been a staple in many cuisines for centuries. This milk is produced by female sheep and contains higher amounts of fat, protein, and calcium than cow's milk. It has a distinctive flavor that is tangy, nutty, and slightly sweet, making it an excellent ingredient for a wide range of culinary applications, from cheese-making to baked goods. Leche de oveja is not only delicious but also highly nutritious, providing numerous health benefits such as improving bone health, boosting the immune system, and aiding in digestion.

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