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Is whole powdered milk vegan?

Whole powdered milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is whole powdered milk?

Whole powdered milk is a versatile and convenient ingredient made by removing the moisture from fresh cow's milk. It retains all of the natural goodness of milk, including its complete protein content, vitamins, and minerals. With a creamy texture and rich flavor, it can be used in a wide range of culinary applications as a substitute for liquid milk. It is ideal for baking, cooking, making smoothies, or adding to coffee and tea. Whole powdered milk can also be reconstituted with water to make a nutritious drink on its own. Its long shelf life makes it a great pantry staple for those who want to enjoy the benefits of milk without worrying about spoilage.

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