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Is pasteuriseret mælk vegan?

Pasteuriseret mælk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteuriseret mælk?

Pasteuriseret mælk is a Danish term that refers to pasteurized milk, which has been heated to kill any harmful bacteria and extend its shelf life. This process involves heating the milk to a specific temperature and holding it there for a set period before rapidly cooling it down. Pasteurizeret mælk is commonly used in Denmark and is a staple ingredient in many recipes, including desserts, sauces, and baked goods. The pasteurization process ensures that the milk is safe to consume while maintaining its nutritional value and taste. Whether enjoyed on its own or used in cooking, pasteuriseret mælk is a versatile and essential ingredient in modern kitchens.

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