Vieux Lille cheese
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It is a square block measuring 13cm by 13cm and 5-6cm high and weighing 800g. It is made all year round. The 3 months brining process eliminates any rind, and the paste has a moist surface which is slightly grey in colour. Although the cheese holds together when cut, the consistency is best described as semi-soft. It is matured for 5-6 months and has a strong aroma, with a more pronounced, salty, spicy flavour than Maroilles.
Vieux-Lille is also known as Gris de Lille, Puant Macéré, Puant de Lille, Fromage fort de Béthune and formerly Maroilles Gris.
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