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Is bleu patente v vegan?

Bleu patente v is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bleu patente v?

Bleu Patente V is a distinctive blue cheese made from cow's milk, originally created in the 19th century in France. Its unique name comes from the fact that it was patented with the number "V" by the French government to ensure its authenticity and quality. The cheese has a creamy texture and a tangy, salty flavor with notes of earthy mushrooms. Its blue veins develop naturally during the aging process, which can last up to several months. Bleu Patente V is a versatile ingredient that can be used in various dishes, from salads and sandwiches to sauces and dressings, adding a bold and complex flavor profile.

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