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Is fromage fondu vegan?

Fromage fondu is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromage fondu?

Fromage Fondu, also known as "processed cheese," is a versatile and popular food ingredient commonly used in dishes that require a smooth and creamy texture. This cheese is made by blending natural cheeses with emulsifiers, such as sodium citrate or phosphates, to create a homogeneous mass that can be easily melted and molded into various shapes. Its mild, nutty flavor makes it a perfect complement to other flavors in many recipes. Fromage fondu can be easily sliced, grated, or melted, making it a convenient choice for sandwiches, dips, fondues, and more. It is an excellent source of calcium and protein and can be found in both grocery stores and specialty cheese shops.

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