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Is partially skimmed dry milk vegan?

Partially skimmed dry milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is partially skimmed dry milk?

Partially skimmed dry milk is a versatile and convenient ingredient that offers all the nutritional benefits of fresh milk, with the added benefit of extended shelf life. It is made by removing some of the cream from whole milk, then drying the resulting product to remove excess moisture. The result is a powder that is easy to store and use in recipes ranging from baked goods to sauces and soups. With its rich and creamy flavor, partially skimmed dry milk is an excellent addition to a variety of dishes, and is a great option for those looking for a longer-lasting alternative to fresh milk.

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