Wednesday, July 11, 2018

boursin -

Boursin is a fresh French cheese made with pasteurized cow's milk. This cheese is named after the man who first created it in 1957 namely François Boursin. When asked to classify his cheek, Boursin chose the name Gournay taken from the name of the town where he lived.

That's why, on every Boursin cheese wrapper it says "Natural Gournay Cheese". There are three types of Boursin cheese. The first type is an original type that has not added any spice. The second type is Boursin cheese which is added with garlic and spices. Meanwhile, the third type is flavored with peppered beans that have been destroyed. This cheese is cylindrical and has no skin.