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Is part skimmed milk vegan?

Part skimmed milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is part skimmed milk?

Part skimmed milk is a dairy ingredient that has undergone a process of removing a portion of its cream content, resulting in a lower fat percentage than whole milk. This type of milk still retains its rich and creamy texture while having a reduced calorie count, making it an ideal choice for those interested in watching their weight or maintaining a healthy lifestyle. It's an excellent source of calcium, vitamins, and minerals, and can be used in various recipes, including baked goods, sauces, and desserts. Part skimmed milk is a versatile ingredient that adds both flavor and nutrition to any dish.

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