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Is grated emmental vegan?

Grated emmental is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grated emmental?

Grated emmental is a versatile cheese that originated in Switzerland. It's made from cow's milk and has a semi-hard texture with a pale yellow color. The cheese has a distinct nutty, fruity flavor and melts easily, making it a popular choice for fondues and gratins. Emmental is also a great addition to sandwiches or as a topping for pizzas and salads. Due to its mild taste, it pairs well with other ingredients and is often used in combination with stronger cheeses like Gruyere or Parmesan. Grated emmental is a must-have ingredient for any cheese lover looking to add flavor and texture to their dishes.

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