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Is vassle vegan?

Vassle is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vassle?

Whey protein, also known as vassle, is a type of milk protein that has gained immense popularity in the fitness industry. It's a rich source of essential amino acids, including leucine, which is crucial for muscle growth and repair. Whey protein isolate, the purest form of vassle, contains nearly no lactose, making it suitable for those with lactose intolerance. This ingredient is often used to make protein powder supplements, bars, and shakes to provide a quick and convenient way to increase protein intake. It's a versatile ingredient that can also be added to smoothies, oatmeal, and baked goods for an extra protein boost.

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