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Is whole goat's milk vegan?

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

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So, what is whole goat's milk?

Whole goat's milk is a creamy and nutrient-rich ingredient that comes directly from goats. It contains a complete protein profile, which means it contains all the essential amino acids necessary for human health. Goat's milk is naturally homogenized, making it easier to digest than cow's milk, and it is also an excellent source of calcium and vitamin D. Additionally, this ingredient has a unique flavor that is slightly tangy but not overpowering, making it a versatile choice for cooking and baking. Whether used in coffee, smoothies, or desserts, whole goat's milk adds richness and depth to any dish.

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