Thursday, July 12, 2018

Petit suisse

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Petit suisse is fresh French cheese that uses pasteurized cow's milk. This cheese was first discovered by Charles Gervais, a worker at a Swiss-based cheese factory in Normandy, in the 19th century.

He decided to make a variation of Neufchâtel cheese. He mixes the cream into fresh curd and then sells it before the white and soft skin is formed.

Petit-Suisse cheese generally has a round shape and has a sweet and sour taste. This cheese is suitable for eating along with jam, fruits, honey, and nuts. The cheese is also used to make some traditional desserts from France.