Sainte-Maure de Touraine cheese
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It is log shaped, around 16-17 cm in length, and weighs at least 250 g. It is white and soft under a greyish mouldy rind. A remarkable feature is the straw through its centre, marked by the AOC seal and a number indicating the producer. The straw is used to keep the roll together.
Sainte-Maure de Touraine is made with traditional methods and is allowed to mature for at least 10 days and can be up to 6 weeks. It is covered in ash and has a thin blue or white edible rind. The interior is white or ivory and is un-pressed.
It is a hard-ish cheese, and crumbles easily. The young varieties have moist granules, but as it develops mould, it becomes dry, harder and become denser. The aroma is typical of goat and the flavour is slightly salty, full, mellow and lemony, which intensifies as it matures.
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For example, almost cheeses that are similar to Cheddar cheese have around 400 calories per 100g
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|Queso blanco cheese||310|
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