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Is srvátka vegan?

Srvátka is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is srvátka?

Srvátka is a versatile food ingredient that is commonly used in a variety of culinary applications. This dairy product is a byproduct of cheese production and is obtained by separating the whey from the curds. Srvátka is low in fat and calories but rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals. It has a tangy and slightly sweet flavor, making it an excellent ingredient for creating dressings, marinades, and dips. Srvátka is also commonly used in baking as a substitute for milk or buttermilk, and it can be used as a base for smoothies or protein shakes. With its unique flavor and nutritional benefits, srvátka is a must-try ingredient for any food enthusiast.

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