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Is queso emmental vegan?

Queso emmental is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is queso emmental?

Queso Emmental is a type of cheese that originated in Switzerland and has now become popular worldwide. It is named after the Emmental valley in Switzerland, where it was first produced. This semi-hard cheese is made from cow's milk and has a distinctive nutty flavor with a slightly sweet finish. Queso Emmental is characterized by its large, signature holes or "eyes" that develop during the maturation process. It is a versatile ingredient that can be sliced for sandwiches, grated for melting over dishes or snacked on as is. Its rich flavor adds depth to any culinary creation, making it a must-have in any kitchen.

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