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Is formatge mozzarella vegan?

Formatge mozzarella is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is formatge mozzarella?

Formatge mozzarella is a semi-soft, white cheese with a mild and slightly tangy flavor. Originating in Italy, it's made from the milk of water buffalo or cows, and has a high moisture content that gives it a soft, stringy texture when melted. Its versatile nature makes it a popular ingredient in various dishes, such as pizzas, salads, and pasta dishes. Mozzarella can be enjoyed fresh or aged, and its delicate taste complements other ingredients without overpowering them. Whether sliced, shredded, or melted, formatge mozzarella adds a touch of creaminess and richness to any recipe.

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