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Five West Coast Cheeses You’ll Love – The Culinary Life

Cheesy friend Stephanie shares with us Five West Coast Cheeses You’ll Love – The Culinary Life.

Stephanie Stiavetti

Stephanie Stiavetti

Unless you’re living under a rock where no cheese exists, you’re probably aware that the West Coast is home to many inspired varieties of artisan cheeses. We’ve got coastal breezes, temperate weather, and rich grasses that quite literally spread for days in all directions. Can you think of a better breeding ground for happy farm animals? And of course fat, content ruminants make for stellar milk.

Given the number of small-time cheesemakers in Washington, Oregon, and California, these Pacific states churn out an incredible variety of artisan cheeses. Which are the the most reliable favorites? That’s really hard to say, but we’ve all got our favorites–and I’m here to present you with five of my tried-and-true dairy BFFs.

I present you with five West Coast cheeses you simply MUST try. I guarantee you won’t be disappointed!

via Five West Coast Cheeses You’ll Love – The Culinary Life.


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