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Is opastöriserad mjölk vegan?

Opastöriserad mjölk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is opastöriserad mjölk?

"Opastöriserad mjölk" is a Swedish term that refers to unpasteurized or raw milk, which has not been subjected to the process of pasteurization. It is milk straight from the cow that retains all of its natural enzymes and bacteria. This type of milk is believed to have a richer taste, with more nutrients and health benefits than its pasteurized counterpart. However, it also carries a higher risk of bacterial contamination, which can pose a potential health hazard. Despite this, raw milk remains a popular choice among those who prefer a more natural approach to their diet.

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