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Is pasteurised skimmed cow milk vegan?

Pasteurised skimmed cow milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteurised skimmed cow milk?

Pasteurized skimmed cow milk is a dairy product that has undergone the pasteurization process to eliminate harmful bacteria and prolong its shelf life. It is made by removing the cream from whole cow's milk, resulting in a lower fat content while retaining essential nutrients like calcium, protein, and vitamin D. Skimmed cow milk is a popular choice for those who are watching their calorie intake or have dietary restrictions on fat consumption. With its mild and creamy taste, it can be used in various recipes such as smoothies, baked goods, and sauces to add nutritional value without compromising flavor.

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