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Is rasvainen maitojauhe vegan?

Rasvainen maitojauhe is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rasvainen maitojauhe?

Rasvainen maitojauhe is a Finnish food ingredient that can be translated to "fatty milk powder" in English. This ingredient is made by removing water from whole milk, resulting in a dry powder that is high in fat content. It is commonly used as a flavor enhancer and thickener in various recipes, such as sauces, desserts, and baked goods. Rasvainen maitojauhe adds a rich and creamy texture to dishes, making it an essential ingredient for creating indulgent and decadent treats. Its unique properties make it a popular choice among food enthusiasts looking to add a touch of richness to their culinary creations.

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