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Saint Maure de Touraine fermier

Price £11.50

Saint Maure de Touraine fermier has the form of a small log, around 16–17 cm in length, and weighs at least 250 g. It is white and soft under a greyish moldy rind and is rolled in wood ash. It has a straw through its centre, marked by the AOC seal and a number indicating the producer. The straw is used, in the making, to keep the roll together. The finished cheese has 45% milkfat.

Country of Origin:France
Style of Cheese:Soft
Milk:Goat
Vegetarian:No

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