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Is sheep and goat's milk vegan?

Sheep and goat's milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sheep and goat's milk?

Sheep and goat's milk is a rich and flavorful ingredient that adds a unique twist to many dishes. These milks are higher in fat and protein than cow's milk, making them ideal for creating creamy sauces and cheeses. Sheep's milk has a slightly sweet and nutty flavor, while goat's milk is tangy and slightly earthy. Together, they create a complex and delicious taste that can be used in everything from pasta to baked goods. Additionally, sheep and goat's milk are typically easier to digest for those with lactose intolerance, making them a great alternative to traditional dairy products.

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