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Is powdered whey vegan?

Powdered whey is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is powdered whey?

Powdered whey is a highly versatile and nutritious ingredient that is derived from milk. It is a byproduct of cheese-making, created when milk proteins are separated from the liquid whey. The resulting powder is high in protein and low in fat, making it an ideal addition to a variety of foods, including smoothies, protein bars, and baked goods. Powdered whey is also commonly used as a supplement by athletes and bodybuilders due to its ability to boost muscle growth and aid in recovery after exercise. Its long shelf life and ease of storage make it a convenient and cost-effective ingredient for any kitchen.

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