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Is ricottaost vegan?

Ricottaost is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ricottaost?

Ricottaost is a creamy, tangy, and versatile cheese that originated in Italy. Made from a combination of cow's milk whey and whole milk, it has a smooth texture and slightly sweet flavor with a hint of sourness. Ricottaost is a great ingredient for both sweet and savory dishes, making it a popular choice for cheesecakes, cannoli, lasagna, and other Italian classics. With its low moisture content and high protein levels, ricottaost can also be used as a substitute for cream cheese or cottage cheese in recipes. Its unique flavor profile makes it a must-try for any cheese lover looking to explore new tastes.

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