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Is fontina cheese vegan?

Fontina cheese is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fontina cheese?

Fontina cheese is a semi-soft, nutty and earthy-tasting cheese that originated in Italy's Aosta Valley. Made from cow's milk, Fontina cheese has a pale yellow interior with small irregular holes and a thin rind. It has a mild aroma and a creamy texture that melts beautifully, making it perfect for cooking in pasta dishes, gratins or on top of pizza. Fontina cheese is often paired with bold flavors like prosciutto, mushrooms or truffles, but also goes well with acidic fruits like apples or pears. Its versatility and unique flavor profile make it a favorite among cheese lovers worldwide.

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