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Is maasdam cheese vegan?

Maasdam cheese is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is maasdam cheese?

Maasdam cheese is a semi-hard Dutch cheese that is made from cow's milk. It has a pale yellow interior with small to medium-sized holes and a slightly nutty and buttery taste. Its texture is smooth and elastic, making it perfect for melting in hot dishes like grilled cheese sandwiches or macaroni and cheese. Maasdam cheese pairs well with fruit, crackers, and dry white wine, making it a great addition to a cheese board. The cheese is named after the town of Maasdam in the Netherlands where it was first produced in the 20th century.

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