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Is fromage au lait cru de vache vegan?

Fromage au lait cru de vache is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromage au lait cru de vache?

Fromage au lait cru de vache, or raw cow's milk cheese, is a traditional French cheese made from unpasteurized cow's milk. This type of cheese has a distinct flavor and texture compared to pasteurized cheese. It is generally aged for several months to develop its complex flavors and can range in taste from mild to sharp. Raw cow's milk cheese is also prized for its nutritional value, containing high levels of beneficial bacteria, enzymes, and minerals. However, it should be noted that consuming raw milk products carries some risk, as they may contain harmful pathogens.

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