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Is rohmilch vegan?

Rohmilch is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rohmilch?

Rohmilch is a German term that translates to "raw milk" in English. As the name suggests, it is unprocessed and unpasteurized milk that comes straight from the cow. This means that rohmilch retains all of its natural enzymes, vitamins, and minerals, making it a highly nutritious ingredient. However, due to the lack of pasteurization, there is a risk of harmful bacteria being present in the milk, which can lead to foodborne illness if not handled properly. Many people enjoy the rich and creamy flavor of rohmilch, and it is often used in traditional European cheese-making recipes.

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