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Eat This Cheese: Lille’ Coulommiers | Serious Eats

Fellow Cheese School alum Stephanie reviews wee bloomy rind from Vermont:

[Photograph: @sstiavetti]

[Photograph: @sstiavetti]

“This little ball of cheesy joy is such a simple pleasure that it’s difficult to describe. I taste many complex cheeses that hide their true intentions behind enigmatic personalities, so much so that I sometimes find myself prodding more easygoing varieties for a little bit of attitude. Where’s the spark? Where’s the drama? How can there be no ulterior motive?

Lille’ Coulommiers is special in its forthrightness.”

via Eat This Cheese: Lille’ Coulommiers | Serious Eats.


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