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Is nugriebto pieno milteliai vegan?

Nugriebto pieno milteliai is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is nugriebto pieno milteliai?

Nugriebto pieno milteliai, or sour milk powder, is a popular ingredient in Baltic and Eastern European cuisine. Made from cultured milk, the powder has a tangy, slightly acidic flavor that adds depth and complexity to dishes. With a texture similar to powdered sugar, it dissolves easily in liquid, making it ideal for use in soups, stews, and sauces. Additionally, nugriebto pieno milteliai can be used as a natural leavening agent in baking, helping to create light and fluffy cakes, breads, and pastries. High in protein and calcium, it's a nutritious addition to any recipe.

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