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Is fromage de chévre vegan?

Fromage de chévre is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromage de chévre?

Fromage de chèvre, or goat cheese, is a tangy and creamy dairy product made from the milk of goats. Its distinct flavor profile ranges from mild and slightly sweet to earthy and pungent, depending on the type and age of the cheese. Its texture can vary from soft and spreadable to firm and crumbly. Fromage de chèvre is commonly used in salads, sandwiches, pizzas, and as a topping for crackers and bread. It's also a popular ingredient in French cuisine, where it's often served with honey or fruit preserves as a dessert.

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