On continue avec les types Varietystrong to mild, hard to soft Soft – Paired w/ herbs – Melts wellcalzones, pizza – Crackers, salads Hard – Sprinkled on popcorn, top pasta, eaten in small slices Not direct substitute for cows milk (flavors vary) – Chèvre less salty than Feta – Many can digest more easily, creamier and more antioxidants – Lower in fat, calories, cholesterol
On rigole plus! Which cheese would you use to entice a grizzly bear down a mountain?
Lhistoire 8000 B.C. small herds of goats (small, transported easily, nomadic) in Eastern Mediterranean – Healthy food (all parts of the goat, including the milk) – When made into cheese, kept well End of 8 th century, Muslims brought to Loire Valley for trade/commerce
On rigole encore! How did the Spanish vegan cheese introduce himself at a party?
Où est-ce quon le trouve? France (8 th century) Spain/Portugal United Kingdom Greece Norway Italy China Australia Many other countries, including the US
Et les dernières To Brie, or not to Brie…that is the question! Spanish might be Gouda, but French is Feta
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