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Is maitosokeri vegan?

Maitosokeri is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is maitosokeri?

Maitosokeri is a unique Finnish ingredient, also known as milk sugar. It is a natural sugar derived from lactose, the sugar found in milk. Maitosokeri is a finer-grained sugar than regular granulated sugar and has a slightly sweeter taste. It's commonly used in Finnish baking as it helps to create a light and fluffy texture in cakes, cookies, and bread. Because of its low moisture content, maitosokeri also acts as a natural preservative, extending the shelf life of baked goods. Due to its specific properties, maitosokeri is a must-have for any baker looking to create authentic Finnish treats.

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