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Is rauwe melk vegan?

Rauwe melk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rauwe melk?

Rauwe melk, also known as raw milk, is a natural and unprocessed form of milk that has not undergone pasteurization, homogenization, or any other form of treatment. It is sourced directly from cows, sheep, or goats and is considered by some to be a healthier and more nutritious option than processed milk. Rauwe melk contains a variety of beneficial enzymes, vitamins, and minerals that can support digestive health, boost the immune system, and promote overall wellness. However, it is important to note that rauwe melk also carries a risk of bacterial contamination, which is why it is not legal to sell for human consumption in some countries.

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