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Is skummjölkspulver vegan?

Skummjölkspulver is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is skummjölkspulver?

Skummjölkspulver is a Swedish food ingredient that translates to "foamed milk powder" in English. It is a type of dried milk powder that has been processed to create a foam-like texture. Skummjölkspulver is commonly used in Scandinavia to make traditional hot beverages like cappuccinos and lattes, as well as cold drinks like milkshakes and smoothies. This versatile ingredient adds a rich, creamy texture and a delicate sweetness to any recipe it is used in. Skummjölkspulver is a popular choice for those who prefer the convenience of powdered milk, but still want to enjoy the texture and flavor of fresh milk.

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