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Is skimmed yogurt vegan?

Skimmed yogurt is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is skimmed yogurt?

Skimmed yogurt is a low-fat dairy product that has been strained to remove excess liquid, resulting in a thick and creamy texture. It is made by fermenting skim milk with live bacterial cultures, which break down lactose into lactic acid, giving the yogurt its tangy flavor. Skimmed yogurt is an excellent source of protein and calcium while being low in calories and saturated fat. This versatile ingredient can be used as a base for smoothies, dips, dressings, or enjoyed on its own as a healthy snack. Its creamy texture and tangy taste make it a popular choice for those seeking a healthier alternative to traditional dairy products.

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