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Is melkwei vegan?

Melkwei is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is melkwei?

Melkwei is a traditional Dutch dairy product that has been used for centuries in cooking and baking. Also known as buttermilk, it's a tangy and slightly sour liquid with a thin consistency that results from the process of churning butter from cream. Melkwei adds a depth of flavor to dishes like pancakes, waffles, and stews, and can be used as a substitute for yogurt or sour cream in recipes. It's also a popular ingredient in Dutch cuisine, where it's often used in soups, sauces, and marinades. With its unique flavor profile and versatility, melkwei is a must-have ingredient for anyone looking to add an authentic touch to their cooking.

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