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Is knish cheese vegan?

Knish cheese is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is knish cheese?

Knish cheese is a mouthwatering food ingredient that adds flavor and texture to any dish. It is a type of cheese that is often used in traditional Jewish cuisine and features a soft, creamy texture with a slightly tangy and salty taste. Knish cheese is made from high-quality milk and is carefully crafted to ensure maximum freshness and taste. This versatile ingredient can be used as a filling for knishes, pastries, and sandwiches or melted over vegetables, pasta, or pizza. Its delicious flavor and unique texture make it a perfect addition to any recipe that requires a touch of savory richness.

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