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Are des fromages vegan?

Des fromages is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is des fromages?

Des fromages, which translates to "some cheeses" in English, refers to a diverse selection of cheese varieties that originate from different regions of the world. This ingredient is commonly used in many dishes, from charcuterie boards to gourmet sandwiches and pizza. The flavors, textures, and aromas of des fromages can vary widely depending on the type of cheese selected, ranging from mild and creamy to sharp and pungent. Some popular varieties of des fromages include Brie, Gouda, Cheddar, Feta, and Blue Cheese. Whether melted, grated, or eaten on their own, des fromages can add a rich and delicious flavor profile to any dish.

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