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Is bread cheese vegan?

Bread cheese is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bread cheese?

Bread cheese, also known as juustoleipa, is a unique cheese originating from Finland. It is made by heating the curdled milk and pressing it into a flat shape, which is then baked or grilled until it forms a golden-brown crust on the outside but remains chewy and soft on the inside, resembling a warm slice of bread. This semi-soft cheese has a mild, buttery flavor that pairs well with sweet and savory dishes alike. Its texture and versatility make it perfect for snacking, grilling, or even topping off salads and pizzas. Add some tasty diversity to your cheese board with this delicious and distinctive bread cheese!.

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