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Is schlagsahne vegan?

Schlagsahne is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is schlagsahne?

Schlagsahne, also known as whipped cream, is a rich and indulgent dairy product that is used to add a touch of sweetness and creaminess to a variety of dishes. Made by whipping fresh cream with a whisk or mixer until it forms soft peaks, schlagsahne is a popular ingredient in desserts such as cakes, pies, and ice cream sundaes. Its light and fluffy texture makes it perfect for topping hot beverages like cocoa or coffee, and it can also be used as a filling for pastries or as a dip for fresh fruits. With its smooth, velvety texture and subtle sweetness, schlagsahne is a versatile ingredient that can take any dish to the next level.

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