Bray Picard cheese
Bray Picard is a fermier cheese which uses the technology of enriched, unpasteurised cows' milk. This creamy cheese, with 50% fat to dry matter, is native to Bray, specifically Gournay en Bray in Picardie. It is consumed young and is sweet with an aroma smell of straw and butter. It gains in strength and smoothness over time and won a Bronze medal in the Concours de la Capelle in 1994.
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|Queso blanco cheese||310|
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