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Is milk whey vegan?

Milk whey is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is milk whey?

Milk whey is a nutrient-rich byproduct of the cheese-making process that has been used in various food applications for centuries. It is extracted from milk and separated during the curdling process, leaving behind a liquid with a slightly sweet taste and a thin consistency. This versatile ingredient is often used to enhance the nutritional profile, texture, and flavor of baked goods, smoothies, protein powders, and sports drinks. Milk whey contains high-quality proteins, essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, making it an excellent source of nutrition for athletes, bodybuilders, and health enthusiasts alike.

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