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Is skummet melk vegan?

Skummet melk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is skummet melk?

Skummet melk is a Norwegian term that translates to "skimmed milk" in English. This ingredient is made by removing the cream from whole milk, resulting in a lower fat content with a slightly bluish tint. Skummet melk is a popular choice for those looking to reduce their fat intake while still enjoying the benefits of milk, such as calcium and protein. Due to its lower fat content, it can also be used in recipes that require a lighter texture without sacrificing flavor. Whether you enjoy it on its own, in coffee, or as an ingredient in your favorite recipe, skummet melk is a versatile and healthy addition to any diet.

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