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Is молочный белок vegan?

Молочный белок is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is молочный белок?

"Molochy bеlok" is a Russian term for milk protein, which is a widely used food ingredient in the production of various dairy products. It is an excellent source of essential amino acids that are necessary for muscle growth and repair. The protein's unique properties enable it to be easily digested and absorbed by the body. Besides its nutritional benefits, milk protein also contributes to the texture, flavor, and overall quality of food products, making it an indispensable ingredient in the food industry. Whether you're looking for a rich, creamy taste or a protein-packed snack, молочный белок is an excellent choice.

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