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Is neufchatel cheese vegan?

Neufchatel cheese is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is neufchatel cheese?

Neufchâtel cheese is a soft, crumbly, and slightly tangy French cheese that originated in Normandy. Made from cow's milk, it has a light, creamy texture and a pale color, similar to cream cheese. However, its flavor is more complex and buttery, with a slightly sweet finish. It's a versatile cheese that can be used in both savory and sweet dishes, such as cheesecake, mac and cheese, or spread on crackers. Known for its heart-shaped mold, Neufchâtel cheese is a favorite amongst cheese lovers and a delicious addition to any recipe.

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