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Is fromages fondus vegan?

Fromages fondus is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromages fondus?

Fromages fondus, also known as melted cheeses, are a type of cheese that has been heated until it becomes smooth and creamy in texture. This ingredient is commonly used in various dishes, such as fondue, grilled cheese sandwiches, and macaroni and cheese. Fromages fondus can be made from different types of cheese, including cheddar, Swiss, and Gouda, among others. The melting process can be achieved through different methods, such as stove-top cooking, microwaving, or baking. Fromages fondus add a rich, savory flavor and a gooey texture to any dish they are added to, making them a favorite ingredient among cheese lovers.

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