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Is blue stilton® cheese vegan?

Blue stilton® cheese is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is blue stilton® cheese?

Blue Stilton® cheese is a quintessentially English cheese known for its strong, tangy flavor and crumbly texture. Made from pasteurized cow's milk, it is named after the village of Stilton in Cambridgeshire, where it was originally sold in the 18th century. The cheese has blue veins running through it, which are created by the addition of Penicillium Roqueforti mold during production. It is aged for around three months, during which time it develops its distinctive flavor and aroma. Blue Stilton® cheese is a versatile ingredient that can be enjoyed on its own or used to add depth and richness to a variety of dishes, from salads to sauces.

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