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Is magere-melkpoeder vegan?

Magere-melkpoeder is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is magere-melkpoeder?

Magere-melkpoeder is a Dutch term that refers to a low-fat powdered milk product. It is made from skimmed milk that has been evaporated and spray-dried to create a fine, creamy powder. Magere-melkpoeder is commonly used in baking, confectionery, and dairy products as a convenient and cost-effective alternative to fresh milk. This versatile ingredient can also be used as a nutritional supplement or added to hot beverages for a creamy flavor. With its long shelf life, magere-melkpoeder is an essential pantry staple that can be easily incorporated into a variety of recipes to enhance their taste and texture.

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