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Are présure animales vegan?

Présure animales is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is présure animales?

Présure animale, also known as animal rennet, is a naturally occurring enzyme extracted from the stomachs of young ruminant mammals such as calves or lambs. This ingredient is commonly used in cheese-making to coagulate milk and separate it into curds and whey. Présure animale contains chymosin, which is a protein-digesting enzyme that helps to create the distinctive texture and flavor of many types of cheese. While there are alternative sources of rennet available, such as microbial or vegetable-based enzymes, présure animale remains a traditional and popular choice for artisanal cheese makers around the world.

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