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Is skimmed cow's milk vegan?

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

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So, what is skimmed cow's milk?

Skimmed cow's milk is a dairy product that has had the cream removed, resulting in a lower fat content than whole milk. It is a popular choice for those seeking a lighter milk option without sacrificing the nutritional benefits of cow's milk, such as calcium, protein, and vitamins. Skimmed cow's milk is often used in recipes as a healthier alternative to whole milk, and is commonly used in coffee, tea, and smoothies. Its mild and slightly sweet taste makes it a versatile ingredient in a wide range of dishes, from baked goods to savory dishes.

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