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Is beurre salé d'isigny vegan?

Beurre salé d'isigny is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is beurre salé d'isigny?

Beurre salé d'Isigny is a premium French butter with a rich, creamy texture and a distinctively nutty flavor. Made in the Normandy region of France, this artisanal butter is known for its high-quality ingredients, including milk from cows that graze on the lush grasses of the Isigny-sur-Mer area. The butter is carefully churned and seasoned with sea salt, giving it a savory taste that pairs perfectly with bread, pastries, and other baked goods. Beurre salé d'Isigny is a luxurious addition to any meal or recipe, providing a touch of indulgence and sophistication.

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