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Is mageremelkpoeder vegan?

Mageremelkpoeder is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mageremelkpoeder?

"Mageremelkpoeder" is a Dutch term for skimmed milk powder. This dairy product is made by removing the cream from fresh milk and then evaporating the liquid to produce a fine powder. Skimmed milk powder has a light, creamy color and a slightly sweet taste. It is a popular ingredient in many food products, including baked goods, soups, and beverages. Skimmed milk powder is also a common ingredient in weight loss and bodybuilding supplements, as it is a low-fat source of protein and other essential nutrients. It is a versatile and convenient ingredient that can be used in a wide range of culinary applications.

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