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Are blauwschimmelkaas vegan?

Blauwschimmelkaas is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is blauwschimmelkaas?

Blauwschimmelkaas, also known as blue cheese, is a type of cheese that is characterized by its distinct blue veins, which are created by the presence of mold spores. This cheese is typically made from cow's, sheep's, or goat's milk and is aged for several months. The flavor of blauwschimmelkaas can vary depending on the specific type, but it is generally rich, creamy, and pungent. It pairs well with many different foods, including crackers, bread, fruit, and wine. Blauwschimmelkaas is often used as an ingredient in dishes like salads, sauces, and dressings, adding a tangy and savory flavor to any meal.

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