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Is whole cow's milk vegan?

Whole cow's milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is whole cow's milk?

Whole cow's milk is a rich, creamy and versatile ingredient derived from the mammary glands of cows. This natural milk is an excellent source of protein, vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients required for healthy growth and development. It has a distinctively satisfying taste, notable for its buttery notes and creaminess, which make it perfectly suited for use in a range of recipes, from baking to cooking. Whole cow's milk is also the base for many beloved dairy products such as cheese, butter and yogurt, making it a staple ingredient in countless kitchens around the world.

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