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Is pasteurised skim milk vegan?

Pasteurised skim milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteurised skim milk?

Pasteurised skim milk is a dairy product that has undergone the pasteurization process, which involves heating the milk to a high temperature and then quickly cooling it to kill any harmful bacteria. Skim milk refers to milk that has had most of its fat content removed, making it a low-fat option for those looking to reduce their fat intake. With its lighter texture and lower calorie count compared to whole milk, pasteurised skim milk is often used in recipes for smoothies, baked goods, and more. It also contains important nutrients such as calcium, protein, and vitamin D, making it a healthy addition to any diet.

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