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Is milchpulver vegan?

Milchpulver is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is milchpulver?

Milchpulver is a versatile and convenient food ingredient that offers a long shelf life and a variety of uses. Also known as powdered milk, it is made by evaporating liquid milk until it becomes a dry powder. It can be reconstituted with water to make liquid milk or used as a dry ingredient in baking and cooking. Milchpulver is a great source of protein, calcium, and other essential nutrients, making it a popular choice for athletes, hikers, and anyone who needs to add extra nutrition to their diet. Its compact size and long shelf life also make it an ideal ingredient for emergency food storage or camping trips.

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