We get puke like that here every 2-3 days. No fun. I would encourage you to call her doctor's office, even just to discuss/get it on their radar.
I work as a triage nurse in pediatrics. If you called about your DD's vomiting, what I'd want to know in addition to what you've already shared is
does she seem fussy during or after feeds? fussy in general?
are you seeing her arch her back or turn her head to the side a lot?
how's her sleeping?
do you hear wet burps or hiccups a lot and do they seem to bother her?
does she seem congested?
are you concerned about her weight gain at all?
the above questions are all basically about reflux - it's also important to consider if this is a recent change that's accompanied by fever or diarrhea or cold like symptoms, as that would suggest an episodic illness instead.
if this is reflux related you'd probably present some concerns in response to these questions as well as the daily vomiting. if the vomiting becomes more frequent or more forceful that would be reason to get her checked even if no other reflux or illness signs.
it is entirely possible that her current daily puking is just about increased volume of intake (does it happen after cluster feeds by chance?) combined with a loose lower esophageal sphincter and easy gag reflex, but it certainly wouldn't hurt to put in a call to the doc's office.