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Is pasteurized goats' milk vegan?

Pasteurized goats' milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteurized goats' milk?

Pasteurized goats' milk is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that adds a unique depth of flavor to a variety of dishes. This creamy and smooth milk is made from the milk of goats that have been raised without antibiotics or hormones, and then gently pasteurized to ensure safety and extend shelf life. With its lower lactose content compared to cow's milk, it's an excellent alternative for those who are lactose intolerant. This ingredient lends itself well to recipes like cheese, yogurt, and even ice cream, providing a rich and tangy taste that's hard to resist.

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