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Is emmental vegan?

Emmental is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is emmental?

Emmental cheese is a semi-hard, yellow cheese with a savory, nutty flavor and unique appearance due to its distinctive holes. Originally from the Emmental region in Switzerland, this cheese is now popular worldwide and commonly used in sandwiches, fondues, and gratins. Its texture is creamy and slightly elastic, making it perfect for melting or shredding. Emmental is made from cow's milk, and its production process involves adding bacterial cultures and rennet to the milk before curdling and pressing. With its versatile taste and texture, emmental is a staple ingredient in many dishes and a must-try for cheese lovers.

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