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Is uht-behandlad mjölk vegan?

Uht-behandlad mjölk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is uht-behandlad mjölk?

UHT-behandlad mjölk, also known as "long-life milk," is a type of milk that has been ultra-high temperature (UHT) treated to extend its shelf life. This process involves heating the milk to a very high temperature for a short period, killing off any bacteria and preserving the milk for up to several months without refrigeration. The UHT treatment alters the milk's texture slightly, making it thicker and creamier, while also intensifying its flavor. UHT-behandlad mjölk is a convenient option for those who need long-lasting milk without frequent grocery trips and is commonly found in Scandinavian countries.

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