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Is tuorejuusto vegan?

Tuorejuusto is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tuorejuusto?

Tuorejuusto, also known as fresh cheese or quark, is a soft, unripened cheese that hails from Finland. Made from pasteurized cow's milk, this versatile and creamy ingredient boasts a tangy and slightly sour taste with a smooth and spreadable texture. It is commonly used in both sweet and savory dishes, such as cheesecakes, pies, dips, and spreads. Being low in fat and high in protein, tuorejuusto provides a healthy and delicious option for those looking to indulge without guilt. Its distinct flavor and texture make it a perfect addition to any recipe calling for cream cheese, ricotta, or cottage cheese.

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