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Is un-homogenized milk vegan?

Un-homogenized milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is un-homogenized milk?

Un-homogenized milk is a dairy product that is not processed using homogenization techniques, which breaks down the fat globules in milk to create a uniform texture. Unlike homogenized milk, the cream in un-homogenized milk rises to the top, creating a distinct layer of cream that can be easily separated. This type of milk offers a richer and creamier taste, with a mouthfeel that is distinctly different from homogenized milk. Un-homogenized milk is often preferred by consumers who value the natural flavor of milk and enjoy the flexibility of adjusting the fat content to their preference.

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