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Cheese Tomme Crayeuse 1kg

Item No. IDA0WW0000386
Tomme de Crayeuse is a comparatively recent invention, having been created in 1997 by Max Schmidhauser in the Savoie region of France. Crayeuse means "chalky" in French, and in this instance refers to the somewhat chalky centre of the cheese. Crayeuse is made from pasteurised cow's milk in the style

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Tomme de Crayeuse is a comparatively recent invention, having been created in 1997 by Max Schmidhauser in the Savoie region of France. Crayeuse means "chalky" in French, and in this instance refers to the somewhat chalky centre of the cheese.

Crayeuse is made from pasteurised cow's milk in the style of Tomme de Savoie. The rind is grey-brown and suede-like in appearance, dotted with areas of yellow and white mould.

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Cheese Tomme Crayeuse 1kg

Item No. IDA0WW0000386
Tomme de Crayeuse is a comparatively recent invention, having been created in 1997 by Max Schmidhauser in the Savoie region of France. Crayeuse means "chalky" in French, and in this instance refers to the somewhat chalky centre of the cheese. Crayeuse is made from pasteurised cow's milk in the style

Description

Tomme de Crayeuse is a comparatively recent invention, having been created in 1997 by Max Schmidhauser in the Savoie region of France. Crayeuse means "chalky" in French, and in this instance refers to the somewhat chalky centre of the cheese.

Crayeuse is made from pasteurised cow's milk in the style of Tomme de Savoie. The rind is grey-brown and suede-like in appearance, dotted with areas of yellow and white mould.

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