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Is rahm vegan?

Rahm is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rahm?

Rahm is a German word that translates to "cream" in English. It refers to a dairy product that has a thick and creamy consistency, with a fat content higher than that of regular milk. Rahm is often used as a versatile ingredient in various culinary applications, including baking, cooking, and as a topping for desserts and drinks. It is commonly used in German cuisine, where it is a staple in many dishes such as soups, stews, and sauces. Rahm is also used in Swiss and Austrian cuisine, where it is often paired with potatoes, mushrooms, and meat dishes. Its rich, creamy texture adds depth and complexity to recipes and makes it a popular ingredient in many dishes.

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