If you are a regular reader of The Flexitarian, then you will know that Comté is one of my favorite cheeses. To this day, Comté cheese is crafted using traditional artisanal methods and high quality milk sourced from specific grass-fed cow breeds to which it owes its DPO (Protected Designation of Origin). Comté is made […]
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Growing up I devoured my way through many slices of Comté cheese, never grasping its full beautiful complexity. Made in Franche-Comté, a picturesque area of north-east France stretching between Jura, Bourgogne, Ain and Alsace, this long lasting, hard aged cheese can be subtle or intense depending on its age and when it was produced. Did you know […]
A few weeks ago Comté Cheese got in touch to ask if I would be interested in creating some recipes for them. Little did they know, I actually come from Franche-Comté and Comté is one of my favourite cheeses. How could I refuse? Sharing a border with Switzerland, Franche-Comté is a very picturesque area of […]
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