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Is pasteurized skim milk vegan?

Pasteurized skim milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteurized skim milk?

Pasteurized skim milk is a dairy product that has undergone the pasteurization process, which involves heating the milk to destroy any harmful bacteria. The term "skim" refers to the removal of most of the milk's fat content, resulting in a lower calorie and fat option than whole or 2% milk. Pasteurized skim milk is a common ingredient in many low-fat or reduced-calorie recipes, as well as being consumed on its own as a drink. It can be used as a substitute for whole milk in cooking and baking without sacrificing flavor or texture, making it a versatile ingredient for health-conscious individuals.

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