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Is magermilch vegan?

Magermilch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is magermilch?

Magermilch is a German term that refers to skim milk, which is produced by removing the cream from whole milk. This dairy ingredient is low in fat and high in calcium, making it a popular choice for individuals looking to reduce their overall calorie intake or those with dietary restrictions. Magermilch is commonly used in the production of various dairy products such as yogurt, cheese, and ice cream, where it adds a creamy texture without the added calories. In addition to being a versatile ingredient, magermilch has also been associated with several health benefits, including improved bone health and reduced risk of heart disease.

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