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Is fromages fondu vegan?

Fromages fondu is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromages fondu?

Fromages fondus, also known as "melted cheeses" in French, are a popular ingredient used in various dishes around the world. This versatile ingredient is made by heating various types of cheese until they reach a smooth, creamy texture, which makes it perfect for use in fondues, sauces, and dips. Fromages fondu can be made from a variety of cheeses, including cheddar, Gouda, Emmental, and more. They can be flavored with spices, herbs, and even wine to add depth and complexity to their flavor profile. Whether served as a dip for bread, used in sandwiches, or added to pasta dishes, fromages fondu can add a delicious and creamy touch to any meal.

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