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Is mikrobiellt ostlöpe vegan?

Mikrobiellt ostlöpe is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mikrobiellt ostlöpe?

"Mikrobiellt ostlöpe" is a food ingredient that is commonly used in cheese-making as a coagulant. It is a microbial enzyme that helps to curdle the milk, separating it into solids and liquids. Unlike traditional animal-based rennet, this vegetarian-friendly alternative is derived from microorganisms and can be considered a more sustainable and ethical option. Mikrobiellt ostlöpe produces a delicate and creamy texture, making it suitable for various types of cheese, including soft, semi-soft, and hard cheeses. Its consistent quality and shelf-stability have made it a popular choice among cheese-makers around the world.

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