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Is nýmjólk vegan?

Nýmjólk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is nýmjólk?

Nýmjólk, also known as Icelandic new milk, is a dairy product that has gained popularity due to its unique taste and texture. This unprocessed milk is not homogenized, which means it retains the cream on top, giving it a rich flavor and smooth mouthfeel. Nýmjólk is sourced from grass-fed cows in Iceland and is free of any additives or preservatives, making it a wholesome choice for health-conscious individuals. With its high nutritional content and distinct taste, nýmjólk is an ideal ingredient for baking, cooking, and enjoying as a refreshing drink.

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