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Is pasteurized skimmed milk vegan?

Pasteurized skimmed milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasteurized skimmed milk?

Pasteurized skimmed milk is a popular dairy ingredient that has been processed to remove most of its fat content. This type of milk undergoes a pasteurization process, which involves heating the milk to high temperatures to eliminate any potentially harmful bacteria or pathogens. Skimmed milk is lower in calories and fat than whole milk, making it an excellent choice for those who want to reduce their overall caloric intake or maintain a healthy weight. Additionally, it is a good source of protein, calcium, and other essential vitamins and minerals, making it a nutritious addition to your diet.

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