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Is mascarpone vegan?

Mascarpone is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mascarpone?

Mascarpone is a luxurious Italian cream cheese with an ivory-colored, velvety-smooth texture and a rich, buttery flavor. Made from whole cream that has been heated, acidified, and coagulated, then drained and whipped, this specialty dairy product adds indulgence to any dish. It is most commonly used in desserts like Tiramisu, but can also be used as a decadent spread for bread or crackers, as well as a key ingredient in savory dishes such as creamy pasta sauces. Mascarpone's versatility and lusciousness make it a must-have ingredient for any foodie looking to elevate their culinary creations.

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