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Is formatge brie vegan?

Formatge brie is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is formatge brie?

Formatge Brie is a soft and creamy cheese that originated in France. It is made from cow's milk and has a mild, buttery flavor with a slightly nutty undertone. The cheese has a bloomy rind that is white in color, and the interior is soft and spreadable. Formatge Brie is often used as a versatile ingredient in cooking and pairs well with fruits, nuts, and bread. It can be enjoyed on its own or used to add richness and depth to dishes like quiches, salads, and casseroles. Its silky texture and delicate taste make Formatge Brie a popular choice for cheese boards and appetizers.

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