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Is sachet de parmesan vegan?

Sachet de parmesan is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sachet de parmesan?

A sachet de parmesan, also known as a packet of parmesan, is a small, single-serving package of finely grated parmesan cheese. This Italian cheese is made from cow's milk and has a rich, nutty flavor and a hard, granular texture. The sachet de parmesan is a convenient way to add a burst of umami flavor to pasta dishes, salads, pizzas, and more. It is a popular ingredient for those who love to cook Italian cuisine, as it is a staple ingredient for many traditional Italian dishes. The sachet de parmesan is also a great option for those who want to control their portions and avoid wasting unused cheese.

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