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Is fromage double gloucester vegan?

Fromage double gloucester is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromage double gloucester?

Fromage Double Gloucester is a rich and creamy cheese that originated in the Cotswold Hills of England. Made using traditional methods, this semi-hard cheese has a distinctive orange hue and a smooth texture that melts in your mouth. The cheese is matured for several months, giving it a bold and tangy flavor with a hint of nuttiness. Fromage Double Gloucester is ideal for snacking, grilling, and adding to sandwiches or salads. Its versatility and unique taste make it a popular choice among cheese lovers worldwide, making it a must-try ingredient for any food connoisseur.

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