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Is de fromage vegan?

De fromage is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de fromage?

Dé fromage is a French term that translates to "cheese curd." It refers to the solid, fresh cheese curds that are a staple in traditional Quebecois cuisine. Dé fromage has a unique texture and taste, with a slightly rubbery texture and a mild, slightly tangy flavor. It is commonly used in dishes like poutine, a Canadian dish that features french fries topped with cheese curds and gravy. Dé fromage can also be enjoyed on its own as a snack or incorporated into other recipes like omelets or salads. The fresh, squeaky texture of dé fromage is a hallmark of its quality, and it's a beloved ingredient in many Canadian kitchens.

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