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Is reine buttermilch vegan?

Reine buttermilch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is reine buttermilch?

Reine Buttermilch, or pure buttermilk in English, is a tangy and nutritious dairy product that has been popular for centuries. Made from the liquid that remains after churning butter, it is lower in fat than regular milk but rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals. With its slightly sour taste and creamy texture, pure buttermilk is a versatile ingredient in the kitchen. It can be used as a marinade, a salad dressing, or in baking to add a light and fluffy texture to cakes, biscuits, and pancakes. Its health benefits and delicious taste make it a staple in many households and cuisines around the world.

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