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Is fromage de chèvre en vegan?

Fromage de chèvre en is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromage de chèvre en?

Fromage de chèvre en is a French cheese made from the milk of goats. The cheese has a soft and creamy texture with a slightly tangy flavor that is distinctively different from cow's milk cheese. The natural rind on this cheese is edible and adds an earthy and nutty taste to it, making it perfect for snacking on its own or pairing it with crackers or bread. This versatile cheese can also be used in cooking to add a unique flavor to dishes such as salads, pastries, and pizzas. Fromage de chèvre en is a gourmet ingredient, widely loved by cheese connoisseurs and food enthusiasts alike.

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