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Is fromage gorgonzola aop vegan?

Fromage gorgonzola aop is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromage gorgonzola aop?

Fromage Gorgonzola AOP is a rich and creamy blue cheese that originates from Italy. It is made from cow's milk and aged for at least two months to develop its distinctive sharp and tangy flavor. The cheese has a crumbly texture with veins of blue-green mold running throughout, giving it an unmistakable appearance. Fromage Gorgonzola AOP is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes, from salads and pasta to sauces and dips. Its bold flavor makes it an excellent accompaniment to red wine, making it a popular choice on cheese boards and charcuterie platters.

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