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Is saint marcellin vegan?

Saint marcellin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is saint marcellin?

Saint Marcellin is a soft, creamy cheese hailing from the Rhône-Alpes region of France. With a mild, tangy flavor and subtle notes of hazelnut, it is made from cow's milk and has a thin, bloomy rind that is often tinged with a hint of orange. The interior is buttery and spreadable, making it an excellent addition to any cheese board or a decadent snack on its own. Its versatility extends beyond a mere accompaniment to bread or crackers; Saint Marcellin shines in dishes ranging from pasta to salads and even desserts, making it a beloved favorite among food lovers worldwide.

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