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Is tejszín vegan?

Tejszín is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tejszín?

Tejszín is a versatile ingredient that is widely used in Hungarian cuisine. It is a type of heavy cream that has a rich and luxurious texture with a high fat content. Tejszín adds a velvety smoothness to sauces, soups, and desserts. It has a distinct creamy flavor that complements sweet and savory dishes alike. Tejszín is often used to create a luscious topping for cakes, pies, and other desserts. Due to its high-fat content, it can be whipped into a thick and fluffy consistency that adds a decadent touch to any recipe. Overall, tejszín is an essential ingredient for any food lover who desires a creamy and indulgent culinary experience.

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