Joie de notre Dame cheese
- Produced by nuns at the Abbaye de la Joie de Notre Dame in the département of Morbihan (Betagne) since 1925.
- Uncooked, pressed, semi-hard, with a washed, rubbed and waxed rind
Strength and texture
- Several small holes
Shape, weight and size
- Mill-stone shape, weighing 1.4kg. Diameter 20cm, height 4 cm.
- Throughout the year
Matured for 4-6 weeks during which time it is washed in brine
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