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Is whole yogurt vegan?

Whole yogurt is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is whole yogurt?

Whole yogurt is a dairy product made from fermented milk, with a thick and creamy texture. It is rich in protein, calcium, and probiotics, which are beneficial bacteria that promote gut health. The whole version contains the full-fat content of the milk and has a more indulgent and satisfying taste, making it an excellent choice for those who prefer a fuller flavor. With its versatility, whole yogurt can be consumed as a snack, used as a base for dips and sauces, added to smoothies, or used as a replacement for sour cream in recipes. Its nutritional profile and versatility make whole yogurt a delicious and healthy ingredient for any meal.

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