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Is neufchatel vegan?

Neufchatel is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is neufchatel?

Neufchâtel is a soft, creamy cheese that originated in the Normandy region of France. It has a slightly tangy and nutty flavor, similar to cream cheese but with a richer taste. Neufchâtel is made from cow's milk and typically has a fat content of around 45-50%, making it a slightly lighter option than some other cheeses. It is often used as a spread on bread or crackers, or as an ingredient in recipes such as cheesecake or quiches. Neufchâtel can also be used as a substitute for cream cheese in many recipes, adding a unique twist to classic dishes.

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