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Is yoghurtkultur vegan?

Yoghurtkultur is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is yoghurtkultur?

Yoghurtkultur, also known as yogurt culture, is a crucial ingredient in the production of yoghurt. This culture is a blend of bacteria strains that work together to ferment milk, resulting in the tangy and creamy texture of yoghurt. Yoghurtkultur contains beneficial probiotics that aid digestion, boost the immune system, and improve gut health. It also adds a distinct flavor and aroma to yoghurt, making it a popular ingredient in various recipes. This versatile culture is easy to use, and with the right technique, anyone can make delicious, homemade yoghurt using yoghurtkultur.

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