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Is reconstituted skim milk vegan?

Reconstituted skim milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is reconstituted skim milk?

Reconstituted skim milk refers to a dairy product made by adding water back to skim milk powder. This process is necessary to restore the liquid form of the milk and adjust its consistency, texture, and fat content. Reconstituted skim milk is a popular ingredient in food processing, particularly for baked goods, desserts, and dairy-based products. It is also used as a substitute for fresh milk in various recipes, making it a versatile and cost-effective option for those who want to reduce calories and fat in their diet without sacrificing taste or nutritional value.

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