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Are ricotta de brebis vegan?

Ricotta de brebis is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ricotta de brebis?

Ricotta de brebis is a creamy, white cheese made from 100% sheep milk. The cheese's smooth and luscious texture is balanced by a slightly tangy flavor that adds depth to any dish. Ricotta de brebis is perfect for both sweet and savory applications, making it a versatile ingredient in your kitchen. Whether you're using it to create a decadent cheesecake or a flavorful pasta sauce, this cheese will elevate your dishes to the next level. Its unique taste and texture make it an excellent addition to any cheese board or charcuterie platter. Enjoy it with some bread or crackers alongside your favorite wine.

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