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Is fromage rocamadour vegan?

Fromage rocamadour is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromage rocamadour?

Fromage Rocamadour is a type of soft-ripened cheese originating from the charming village of Rocamadour in the southwestern region of France. Made from raw goat's milk, it has a creamy, delicate texture and a tangy flavor that intensifies with age. The cheese is typically small in size, with a thin, edible rind that adds to its unique taste and texture. Fromage Rocamadour pairs well with crusty bread, fresh fruit, and light-bodied wines, making it a perfect addition to any cheese board or gourmet meal. Its distinct flavor and origin story make it a sought-after delicacy by cheese lovers worldwide.

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