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Is mozzarella de vache vegan?

Mozzarella de vache is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mozzarella de vache?

Mozzarella de vache is a type of fresh cheese made from cow's milk, originating in Italy. It has a mild, slightly tangy flavor and a soft, stretchy texture that makes it ideal for melting on pizzas or toasts. The cheese is made by heating the curdled milk and stretching it until it becomes smooth and elastic. Its subtle flavor pairs well with a variety of foods, making it a versatile ingredient in both savory and sweet dishes. Mozzarella de vache is often used in Italian cuisine, but it can also be found in many other types of cuisine around the world.

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