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Picandou fermier



Picandou

Picandou fermier is a fresh cheese made from goat's milk. It originates in the Bourgogne region in France. It only weighs 40 gram, is about 5 cm in diameter and 1 cm high. Its white, slightly rippled surface has no rind. The white interior is soft and creamy and has no curd holes. The taste is mild but aromatic. It has a slight smell of goats. Picandou has a fat content of 45 percent fat in dry matter. This cheese is perfect to prepare a Ratatouille topped with melted cheese. Only melted and browned does Picandou develop its full aroma.


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