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Is pasteurisierte magermilch vegan?

Pasteurisierte magermilch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteurisierte magermilch?

Pasteurisierte Magermilch is a German phrase that translates to "pasteurized skim milk." This ingredient is made by removing the cream from whole milk, resulting in a low-fat milk that has been pasteurized to eliminate harmful bacteria. Pasteurized skim milk is commonly used in cooking and baking as a healthier alternative to full-fat dairy products. It is also a popular ingredient in weight loss diets due to its low calorie and fat content. With its creamy texture and subtle flavor, pasteurisierte Magermilch can be used in a variety of dishes, from soups and sauces to cakes and desserts.

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