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Is pastöriserad mjölk vegan?

Pastöriserad mjölk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pastöriserad mjölk?

Pastöriserad mjölk is a common food ingredient that is widely used in a variety of recipes. It is a form of milk that has undergone pasteurization, a process that involves heating the milk to a high temperature to eliminate harmful bacteria and pathogens. This makes pastöriserad mjölk a safer and more hygienic option for consumption. Additionally, pasteurization can extend the shelf life of the milk, making it a more practical ingredient for cooking and baking. Pastöriserad mjölk is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes, from creamy sauces and soups to baked goods and desserts.

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