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Is du parmesan vegan?

Du parmesan is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is du parmesan?

Du parmesan is a hard, granular cheese that originated from the Parma region of Italy. This aged cheese has a distinct nutty and salty flavor with a slightly gritty texture that makes it perfect for grating over pasta dishes or salads. The cheese is made from unpasteurized cow's milk, which is cooked and mixed with rennet to induce coagulation. Afterward, the curds are cut, drained, and left to age for at least 12 months. Du parmesan is commonly used in Italian cuisine and is often paired with bold red wines like Chianti or Barolo.

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