Camembert

 Camembert Key facts Made from unpasteurised cow's milk, camembert was first produced in the late 18th century; a French iconic food, Camembert was issued to French troops during World War II; over-ripe camembert smells of ammonia.

This great Normandy cheese is best when made with the milk of cows grazing on the marshy land of the Cherbourg Peninsula.

Camembert de Normandie Appellation d’Origin Contrôlée au Lait Cru is made from the unpasteurised milk of the cattle traditional to the region and according to the time-honoured process.

The cheese is matured for about two weeks and – when properly ripe and cut – should show the five layers in which the curd was ladled into the mould.

 
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