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Is maitorahka vegan?

Maitorahka is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is maitorahka?

Maitorahka is a traditional Finnish dairy product that can be described as a cross between yogurt and cottage cheese. It has a creamy texture and a tangy, slightly sour flavor that is similar to buttermilk. Maitorahka is made by fermenting skimmed milk with lactic acid bacteria, which gives it its characteristic tanginess. This nutritious ingredient is high in protein and calcium, making it a popular choice for athletes and health-conscious individuals. Maitorahka can be enjoyed on its own or used in various dishes such as dips, smoothies, and baked goods. Its unique taste and texture make it a delicious addition to any recipe.

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