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Pavé de Chirac Cheese

Pavé de Chirac is made around the village of Chirac near Clermont-Ferrand in the Massif Central area of central France.

Made from goat's milk, it is a soft cheese sold in rectangular blocks that have a soft rind with light-blue mould. Inside the cheese is ivory white, and somewhere between creamy and oozy, depending on the age.

Pavé de Chirac Cheese is actually a new cheese in France. It is a farmhouse cheese made by a "Monsieur Morin", and promoted by a Dominique Desserre.

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Also called:

Briquette de Chirac; Pavé de Chirac (French)


See also:

Goat's Milk Cheeses

Banon Cheese; Brie de Chèvre; Brousse du Rove; Capricorn Goat's Cheese; Chèvre Frais; Chevre Noir; Chèvre; Chevrot Cheese; Cotija Cheese; Gevrik Cheese; Goat's Milk Cheeses; Humboldt Fog Cheese; Pantysgawn Cheese; Pavé Blésois Cheese; Pavé de Chirac Cheese; Picodon de Chèvre; Saint-Loup Goat Cheese; Selles-sur-Cher; St Tola Cheese

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