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Are fontina cheeses vegan?

Fontina cheeses is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fontina cheeses?

Fontina cheese is a semi-soft, creamy, and nutty cow's milk cheese originating from the Aosta Valley in Italy. It has a pale yellow color with small holes and a rich, buttery flavor that intensifies with age. The rind is thin and smooth, ranging from light brown to grayish-brown in color. This versatile cheese melts beautifully, making it perfect for dishes like grilled cheese sandwiches, fondues, and pizzas. Fontina can also be enjoyed on a charcuterie board paired with meats and fruits, or shredded over pasta dishes for added richness and depth of flavor.

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