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Is sušená srvátka vegan?

Sušená srvátka is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sušená srvátka?

Sušená srvátka, also known as dried whey, is a byproduct of cheese production that has been dehydrated to create a high-protein, low-fat ingredient. It has a slightly sweet and nutty flavor that makes it a popular addition to baked goods, protein bars, and nutritional supplements. Sušená srvátka is rich in essential amino acids, making it a valuable source of protein for athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Additionally, it contains minerals such as calcium, potassium, and phosphorus, which support bone health and aid in muscle recovery. Its long shelf life and versatility make it a valuable ingredient in the food industry.

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