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Is tierisches lab vegan?

Tierisches lab is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tierisches lab?

Tierisches Lab, also known as rennet, is an enzyme used in the production of cheese. It is derived from the stomach lining of young ruminants such as cows, sheep, or goats. When added to milk, the enzyme reacts with the milk proteins, causing them to coagulate and form curds, which are then separated from the liquid whey. This process is essential in the production of many traditional cheeses, giving them their unique texture and flavor. While there are now vegetarian and microbial alternatives to animal-derived rennet, tierisches lab remains a popular and widely used ingredient in cheese-making.

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