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Is fromages suisse vegan?

Fromages suisse is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fromages suisse?

Fromages Suisse, or Swiss Cheese in English, is a type of cheese that originated from Switzerland. It's a hard cheese with a distinctive nutty and earthy flavor that varies depending on the age, ranging from mild to sharp. Made from cow's milk, this cheese has a pale yellow color and a smooth texture. Fromages Suisse is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes, such as sandwiches, fondues, and salads. It's also often enjoyed on its own, paired with crackers or bread. Whether melted or grated, Fromages Suisse adds a rich, savory flavor to any dish it's used in.

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