Cantonnier Cheese is a semi-firm, Port du Salut style cheese made in Quebec. It is a farmhouse cheese, made on one farm, and with milk from a single herd of cows.
Chèvre Noir is a goat’s milk cheese. Even though it is made from goat’s milk, however, Chèvre Noir is not like other chèvres: it’s actually more of a cheddar. The cheese is made in rectangular bricks. On the outside, it is coated in two layers of black wax. Inside, the cheese is a bone-china white,…
Oka is a Port-du-Salut style cheese from Québec. It is a semi-firm cheese with a rind and a strong aroma. The rind can be anywhere from straw yellow to orangey-red. Inside, the cheese is a pale yellow.
Pied de vent is a soft, washed-rind cheese with a pronounced smell made in Québec. The rind is edible.