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Is geriebener emmentaler vegan?

Geriebener emmentaler is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is geriebener emmentaler?

Geriebener Emmentaler is a type of grated cheese originating from Switzerland. It is made from cow's milk and has a distinctive nutty flavor with a firm and creamy texture. The cheese is aged for a minimum of 4 months, which gives it a subtle sweet taste and enhances its smoothness. Geriebener Emmentaler is versatile and can be used in various dishes, including soups, salads, sandwiches, and casseroles. It is also a popular ingredient in classic Swiss dishes such as fondue and raclette. A great addition to your kitchen staple, Geriebener Emmentaler is perfect for all your cheesy cravings.

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