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Is % ricotta vegan?

% ricotta is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is % ricotta?

Ricotta is a versatile and creamy Italian cheese that is made from the whey left over from the production of other cheeses. The percentage of ricotta refers to the amount of milkfat contained within the cheese, with higher percentages indicating a richer and creamier texture. Ricotta is often used in a variety of dishes, from sweet desserts to savory pasta dishes, and can also be spread on toast or crackers for a delicious snack. Its mild, slightly sweet flavor pairs well with a variety of ingredients, making it a popular choice for cooks and food enthusiasts alike. Incorporating % ricotta into your recipes is a simple way to add a touch of indulgence and complexity to your cooking.

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