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Is semi-skimmed cow's milk vegan?

Semi-skimmed cow's milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is semi-skimmed cow's milk?

Semi-skimmed cow's milk is a versatile and nutritious ingredient commonly used in cooking, baking, and as a beverage. It is made by removing some of the cream from whole cow's milk, resulting in a lower fat content of around 1.5-1.8%. This makes it a popular choice for those looking to reduce their overall fat intake while still enjoying the benefits of milk, such as calcium, protein, and vitamin D. The mild, creamy taste and smooth texture of semi-skimmed cow's milk make it a great addition to a wide range of dishes, from creamy pasta sauces to smoothies and desserts.

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