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Is pasteurized partially skimmed milk vegan?

Pasteurized partially skimmed milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteurized partially skimmed milk?

Pasteurized partially skimmed milk is a dairy product that has undergone the process of pasteurization to eliminate harmful bacteria and prolong its shelf life. Skimmed milk is obtained by removing some of the cream, which reduces its fat content. The resulting partially skimmed milk contains less fat than whole milk, making it a healthier option for individuals who are watching their calorie intake. This versatile ingredient can be used in a wide range of recipes, from baked goods to sauces and soups, providing a creamy texture and rich flavor without the added calories of regular milk.

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