As you all know, I'm vegan and strict when it comes to that. My aunt bought me a vegetarian lasagna and she said "If there's an ingredient you can't have, let me know." I found that it contains caseinate which is a milk derived protein. But I also read online that a lot of the non-dairy foods that are vegan has casein or caseinate in it. According to this site:
Casein is a complete protein, meaning it contains all essential amino acids. That doesn't mean it is ONLY found in milk... right? If it is just a protein containing all amino acids then maybe it's found somewhere else too. Can you tell me if it's good for me to eat?
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