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Is mantequilla anhidra vegan?

Mantequilla anhidra is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mantequilla anhidra?

Mantequilla anhidra, also known as anhydrous butter, is a versatile and stable food ingredient commonly used in the culinary industry. This product is made by removing all moisture from butter and results in a pure form of milk fat with a higher smoke point than regular butter. With its creamy texture and rich taste, mantequilla anhidra is ideal for enhancing the flavor and texture of baked goods, sauces, and spreads. Its long shelf life makes it a popular choice for commercial kitchens and food manufacturers. Mantequilla anhidra is also a source of vitamins A and D, making it a nutritious addition to any recipe.

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