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Is double cheeseburger vegan?

Double cheeseburger is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is double cheeseburger?

A double cheeseburger is a deliciously indulgent sandwich, consisting of two tender beef patties that are seasoned to perfection and seared to a juicy medium-rare. Sandwiched between two soft sesame seed buns, the patties are topped with generous layers of melted American cheese, adding a creamy, tangy flavor to each bite. This classic fast food item is further elevated with crisp lettuce, juicy tomato slices, sliced onions, tangy pickles, and tangy ketchup and mustard condiments. Its perfect balance of savory flavors and textures make it a go-to choice for anyone craving a hearty and satisfying meal.

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