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Is pasteurised cows milk vegan?

Pasteurised cows milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteurised cows milk?

Pasteurized cow's milk is a staple ingredient used in many recipes, and it's produced by heating raw cow's milk to kill any harmful bacteria that may be present. This process does not affect the taste or nutritional properties of the milk but ensures it's safe to consume. The milk is then cooled and bottled for commercial use. Pasteurization also helps to extend the shelf life of the milk, making it an essential ingredient in many households. With its creamy texture and rich flavor, pasteurized cow's milk is a versatile ingredient that can be used in everything from baking to cooking to drinking on its own.

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