If you say Camembert, you say France! This soft cheese has become one of the emblems of Frenchness in the world. Read out our tips and discover how to eat Camembert, how to prepare the famous baked camembert, what are the best pairings and how to use it to make a perfect cheese board.
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Bloomy rind cheeses are those raw milk cheeses that during the processing are treated with special molds. These molds give the crust a typical soft texture and a whitish color from which the name.
Camembert is a French soft cheese with a typical white rind, made from raw or pasteurized cow's milk. Camembert is definitely one of the most popular French cheeses and in 1996, the Camembert de Normandie has been recognized as a DOP cheese.
Camembert taste is buttery and slightly salty. The rind of this delicious creamy cheeese is covered by a white mold and has a fruity flavor, although this is typical of artisanal Camembert.
Taleggio, Brie, Camembert, Stracchino are just some examples of soft cheeses. Read our guide to disover everything about soft cheeses.
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Cheese and fruit is a delicious combination, both fresh or cooked in recipes. Try this baked Camembert with pears and cranberries, an original dish, simple, delicious and rich of flavor!
Camembert is an excellent table cheese, it can be eaten on its own, or used as an ingredient in desserts, sauces, casseroles and delicious starters like baked Camembert!