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Is mjólkurduft vegan?

Mjólkurduft is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mjólkurduft?

Mjólkurduft is an Icelandic term that refers to the aromatic essence of milk. It is a unique and delightful ingredient that adds a creamy, sweet, and slightly nutty flavor to dishes. Mjólkurduft can be found in various dairy products such as cheese, butter, and yogurt or used as a standalone seasoning in desserts and baked goods. Its subtle yet distinct presence can elevate any recipe, making it a sought-after ingredient among foodies and chefs alike. Whether you sprinkle it over your morning cereal or incorporate it into a savory sauce, mjólkurduft is sure to delight your senses with its rich and comforting aroma.

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