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Is tereyağı vegan?

Tereyağı is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tereyağı?

Tereyağı, also known as Turkish butter, is a rich and creamy dairy product made from the milk of cows or sheep. It has a distinctive nutty flavor and a smooth texture that makes it ideal for spreading on bread or using in cooking. Tereyağı is high in saturated fats and calories but also contains essential fatty acids, vitamins A, D, and E, and minerals such as calcium and phosphorus. It is a staple ingredient in Turkish cuisine, often used in dishes like börek, köfte, and pilaf. Its unique taste and nutritional benefits make it a popular choice among food enthusiasts looking to add some variety to their diet.

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