Cantal: Cantal (or fourme de cantal) is a French uncooked pressed cheese, originating in the Massif Central and made from raw or pasteurized cow's milk. The appellation of origin of this fourme is preserved by an AOC in France and by an AOP at European level. 400 liters of milk are needed to make a 40 kg fourme. It takes its name from the massif from which it originates, Cantal.
History of cantal cheese: Officially ...
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