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Are fromages frais vegan?

Fromages frais is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromages frais?

Fromages frais is a French term that translates to "fresh cheese," and it refers to a type of soft, unripened cheese with a high moisture content. Typically made from cow's milk, fromages frais has a tangy, creamy flavor and a smooth, spreadable texture. This versatile ingredient can be used in a wide range of recipes, from savory dips and spreads to sweet desserts and pastries. It's often used as a healthier alternative to cream cheese or sour cream and is a popular ingredient in French cuisine. Fromages frais is an excellent source of protein and calcium and is low in fat, making it a nutritious addition to any diet.

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