Wednesday, July 11, 2018

laguiole -

Laguiole is a French cheese produced using unpasteurized cow's milk first. This cheese comes from the Aubrac region which is a plateau.

Laguiole was first mentioned in the 4th century. Gaius Plinius Secundus had talked about this cheese in his work. The cheese has a cylindrical shape with a diameter and a height of 41 centimeters and weight ranging from 45 to 48 kilograms.

The inside of this cheese has a yellow color like straw. The best cheese Laguiole is cheese made with milk "transhumance" produced in late May and mid-October. In those months cows are fed into mountainous areas filled with violets and wild plants.