vendredi 1 juin 2007


I bought this cheese from the local supermarket Casino, in the specialty cheese section. I looked at it, then carefully looked at the others of this type. They were all like this, so I figured that it must be how it is supposed to be sold/eaten.


Now, usually I prefer my WALLS mold covered, but I suppose the cheese will have to do.


I brought it home (I think it was about 2€, maybe a little more). The packaging didn't say anything like "Scrape off mold before eating or you will die" and Alain didn't recoil in horror, so we went at it. It tastes pretty much like any other chevre, goat cheese.

The brand is "Le Petit Chevrot" The small baby goat. Hmm. Now, I am pretty sure that baby goats don't give milk and I hope against hope it isn't MADE of baby goats. It also states that it is from unpasteurized milk (lait cru). When combined with the mold, I am sure it would be outlawed in the US, but we are still alive and kicking. (and bleating for some reason).

All in all, a good cheese.

I give it 3.5 cheeses (out of 5)

Tasted good and points for originality, but didn't really make me feel I was eating something special.

3 commentaires:

Samantha a dit…

Man, you are one brave person!

Starman a dit…

I miight (or might not) eat the cheese, but I would most definitely cut off the mold (even though it's probably good for you). Food in general is better in France.

Mlle Smith a dit…

OMG, I don't think I could've eaten the mold, lol. What's that cute little tulip thingy that it's sitting in?

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