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Is milcherzeugnisse vegan?

Milcherzeugnisse is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is milcherzeugnisse?

Milcherzeugnisse is a German term that refers to dairy products, and it encompasses a wide range of ingredients that are made from milk. This includes milk itself, as well as various types of cheese, yogurt, cream, and butter. Milcherzeugnisse are highly nutritious and are an excellent source of calcium, vitamin D, and other important nutrients. They are used in many different types of cuisine, from traditional European dishes to modern fusion cuisine. Whether you're cooking up a classic casserole or experimenting with a new recipe, milcherzeugnisse are sure to add a rich and delicious flavor to any meal.

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