Tomme Vaudoise: Tomme Vaudoise is a Swiss cheese, originating in the canton of Vaud, which is part of the category of soft cheeses with a bloomy rind.
Description: This is the soft cheese with a bloomy rind typical of French-speaking Switzerland. This little tomme was born in the XNUMXth century in the alpine chalets bordering Lake Joux in the Vaudois Jura, before descending into the plain, in the cantons of Vaud and Geneva.
It is a cheese made from cow's milk. She has a g ...
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