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Is sachet d'emmental vegan?

Sachet d'emmental is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sachet d'emmental?

Sachet d'emmental is a delicious, nutty, and versatile cheese ingredient that has become a staple in French cuisine. This shredded cheese variety is made from cow's milk and boasts a distinctively sharp and tangy flavor that can enhance the taste of a wide range of dishes. It's perfect for melting over pasta, pizzas, or baked potatoes, or for adding a cheesy kick to omelets and sandwiches. The sachet packaging makes it convenient to use and store, keeping the cheese fresh and flavorful until it's ready to be used. Whether you're a gourmet chef or a home cook, sachet d'emmental is a must-have ingredient in your kitchen.

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