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Is syrningskultur vegan?

Syrningskultur is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is syrningskultur?

Syrningskultur, also known as mesophilic culture, is a unique food ingredient used to make cultured dairy products such as yogurt, sour cream, and kefir. This living culture contains a blend of bacteria that thrive in moderate temperatures, allowing it to ferment milk and transform it into a tangy and creamy product. Syrningskultur can be used to create a wide range of textures and flavors, depending on the specific strains of bacteria present. This versatile ingredient adds depth and complexity to dairy products, making them more delicious and nutritious.

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