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Is queso gouda mín vegan?

Queso gouda mín is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is queso gouda mín?

Queso Gouda Mín is a premium cheese variant that originated in the Netherlands but has since found its way into the hearts and plates of foodies worldwide. This semi-hard, mild cheese has a creamy texture with a slightly sweet and nutty flavor profile. The aging process brings out a distinct caramel-like undertone, making it perfect for pairing with sweet or savory dishes alike. Made from cow's milk, Queso Gouda Mín is versatile and can be enjoyed on its own, melted on sandwiches, incorporated into dips, or grated over pasta dishes. Its unique taste and texture make it a must-try ingredient for any cheese lover.

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