Roquefort: "Roquefort" (or ròcafòrt in Occitan rouergat) is an appellation of origin designating a French blue cheese made exclusively with raw sheep's milk.
This cheese is expressly mentioned for the first time in the XNUMXth century, which makes it a historical symbol of the region of the causses and valleys of the Aveyron (see map below).
This rural region, established on a land that is sometimes very difficult to exploit, has made its wealth ...
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