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Jarlsberg Light
  • Jarlsberg Light
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    Technically defined as a Reduced Fat Swiss, Jarlsberg Light was introduced in the late 1980s. It carries most of the mellow nuttiness and 'creaminess' plus the nutritional benefits characteristic of classic Jarlsberg. Light is also completely natural, crafted and aged like any other 'real' cheese. This semi-soft cheese melts readily, without lumps or stringiness. It can be substituted in just about any-everyday or party-recipe calling for Jarlsberg or Swiss and is, of course, terrific for munching, flavor is best at cool room temperature.

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    Quantity: .45 lb Portion
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     L'Edel de Cleron coupe

  • L'Edel de Cleron coupe
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    This cheese is loosely based on several that play an important role in traditional French and Swiss mountain Cheeses. It is made from gently pasteurized cow's milk, banded with a strip of bark and aged to develop the oozy, runny Character of the real cheeses called Vacherin du Haut Doubs or Vacherin Mont d'Or. The French and Swiss both are credited With the introduction of this style of cheese which are basically identical except that the Swiss use pasteurized milk and the French use raw milk. The tradition of production stems from the climate and difficulties of living in the mountains; when the Winters came it was literally impossible to deliver milk to the Comte, or Abondance cooperatives, so people made smaller Cheeses for home use that could be eaten within weeks. These young cheeses were fairly fragile and so were banded with bark (Spruce, fir or pine) to hold the shape for storage and serving. Even now these cheeses are best eaten from late fall to Spring when the milk is most suitable for this type of cheese. In the US we have to make due with faux Vacherin due to a listeria problem in 1983, from a batch of contaminated pasteurized Swiss Vacherin. The result is that no Vacherin, Swiss or French may be imported. Ecorce de Sapin, which we also carry, is another cheese made by Perrin in the same manner that Develops a more earthy character and is not as milky in flavor. The flavor of L'Edel de Cleron is perfumed with scents of the Forest and a slight resinous aspect from the bark. The texture is very rich and creamy.

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    Quantity: 4.4 lb Wheel
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     La Roche

  • La Roche
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    The creamy texture and the power of Penicillium Roqueforti are of great balance in this soft ripened wheel. This is a great table Bleu cheese that has a sweet finish.

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    Quantity: 1 kilo Wheel
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     Laughing Cow

  • Laughing Cow
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    Laughing cow cheese is a smooth and creamy textured cows milk cheese. It has a mild sweet flavor that goes well as a sandwich and cracker cheese. This cheese is a favorite among children because of the laughing cow on the front of the box. Each box contains eight 3/4 ounce wedges.

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    Quantity: 6 oz Case
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     Laughing Cow Light

  • Laughing Cow Light
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    Laughing cow cheese light is a smooth light and creamy textured cows milk cheese. It has a mild sweet flavor that goes well as a sandwich and cracker cheese. This cheese is a favorite among children because of the laughing cow on the front of the package. This cheese is recomended in the new South Beach diet book, as a great diet cheese. This is a high demand product due to the South Beach Diet popularity. NOTE: The manufacturer is having trouble supplying all vendors of this product and we are doing our best to get more product in stock. We will fill orders on a first-come, first-serve basis as product is brought into stock. Expect extensive delays in delivery until mid-June.While the Laughing Cow Light is out of stock please check out our other great diet cheeses

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    Quantity: 6 oz Case
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     Laughing Cow Light French Onion

  • Laughing Cow Light French Onion
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    Laughing cow cheese lite is a smooth light and creamy textured cows milk cheese. It has a mild sweet flavor that goes well as a sandwich and cracker cheese. This Laughing cow lite has the delicious flavor of french onion to give it a spicy kick. This cheese is a favorite among children because of the laughing cow on the front of the package. This cheese is recomended in the new South Beach diet book, as a great diet cheese.

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    Quantity: 6 oz Case
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    Detailed Info For: Laughing Cow Light French Onion

     Laughing Cow Light, Herb And Garlic

  • Laughing Cow Light, Herb And Garlic
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    Laughing cow cheese lite is a smooth light and creamy textured cows milk cheese. It has a mild sweet flavor that goes well as a sandwich and cracker cheese. This Laughing cow lite has delicious herb and garlic sprinkled all over the cheese to give it a spicy kick. This cheese is a favorite among children because of the laughing cow on the front of the package. While the Laughing Cow Light Herb and Garlic is out of stock please check out our other great diet cheeses

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    Quantity: 6 oz Case
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     Le Fougerus

  • Le Fougerus
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    From the family of Brie cheeses, this one is most closely related to a Coulommiers, although slightly larger and aged with a fern leaf. Its origins are artisian based having been made directly on farms for single-family consumption. The fern was used both for decoration and to impart a woodsy, earthy scent to the cheese. The cheese is now produced on a much larger scale. Thicker than a Brie de Nangis, it tends to ripen slowly, often with a section of the interior left firm. The flavor is sweet and milky, typical of Brie but with more depth. Forest scents come through delightfully.

    Beverage to accompany: Bourgogne, Bordeau, Cotes du Rhone
    Quantity: 1.5 lb Wheel
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     Low Fat Ricotta

  • Low Fat Ricotta
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    When the Ricotta Family of Genoa was found guilty of treason to King Ferdinand of Spain, they were packed up and banished to the outer deserts of Morocco, there the live out their days in misery. The inimitable Ricottas, unwilling to waste away to dust and bones in the searing heat of the hostile badlands stole a flock of goats from a local farmer, from which to make cheese. For this crime they paid dearly, and all the sons had their feet chopped off with a dull spoon by the local constable. But the daughters kept their feet, and the goats. Unfortunately the goats were all male. But the daughters, much smarter than their non-pedal brothers, sought to trade all their male goats for a horse. And from the horse they made a stew, poisoned it, and fed it to a wealthy landowner and desert cattle Barron. When he was dead, they moved into the guesthouse and stole all the silver, which they sold on the black market for enough money to buy some cheese and a label-gun. And hence was born the lovely Ricotta cheese we have all come to love.Ricotta means 're-cooked,' and derives its name from the process of reheating leftover whey from the cheese making process, then adding a little fresh milk. The result is a soft white curd cheese with a fat content of less than 20 percent Our Saputo-made low fat Ricotta cheese is a high quality cheese that will enhance any Italian meal. It is fresh, creamy, and smooth. Great for homemade lasagna, cheesecake, waffles and fruit, and all your favorite recipes!Each portion is 15 ounces.

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    Quantity: 12 15 oz Portion Case
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     Maroilles AOC

  • Maroilles AOC
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    A monk appaerently invented Maroilles in 960 at the Abbey of Maroilles. It celebrated its 1000th birthday in 1961 with a mass performed in its honor. The texture is spreadable though quite thick and densely creamy. The aroma is strong, pungent and smelly however the flavor should not convey those same characteristics unless it's too old or overripe. The flavor should be a blend of strong cheesey flavor, some fruitiness and finish with a pleasant saltiness.

    Beverage to accompany: Burgundy's red Corton; Chateauneuf-du-Pape; beer; gin
    Quantity: 1.6 lb Square
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  • Amish Traditions and Minerva Cheese Factory - All natural cheeses including gift boxes, smoked and low-fat, low-salt selections. Ships in USA.
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  • The Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company - From England's Cheddar Valley, sales of cheddar cheese, pickles, cider and liqueur.
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  • Cheese Express - Offers a wide selection of both domestic and imported cheeses.
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  • CheeseByMail.com - Extensive collection of imported and domestic cheeses cut to order. Also gift baskets and gourmet items. Photos and detailed product information.
  • The Christian Cheese Store - Cheese made by German Mennonites. Buy curds, blocks, or horns of white, yellow, or jalepeno cheddar.
  • The Creamery at Washington State University - Produces Cheddar and Viking flavored cheeses packaged in cans. Also offers a monthly club membership. Lists nutritional information and ideas for using the empty cans.
  • Crowley Cheese - Cheese made with hormone-free raw milk from Vermont dairy farms.
  • DiBruno Bros. House of Cheese - Over 400 cheeses from around the world and other gourmet items.
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  • Eichten's Hidden Acres - Quality European cheese and Buffalo products.
  • Fagundes Old World Cheese - Gift boxes of raw cow milk cheeses aged 60 days. Milk has no artificial hormones, rBST or BGH.
  • Fiscalini Farmstead Cheese - Offers hand-crafted, artisan cheeses. Explains the difference between a "Farmstead" Cheese and ordinary cheese. Includes option to order online.
  • France Gourmet.com - French cheeses, Poilâne bread, and gourmet wines. International shipping available from France.
  • Frankenmuth Cheese House - Cheese spreads and cheddar curds, plus imported, diet, and even chocolate cheese.
  • Fromages.com - French cheeses. Also provides recipes, articles, club, encyclopedia, books, festivals and links.
  • Gestam B.V. - Dutch manufacturer of Edam and Gouda cheese and cheese products.
  • Glengarry Cheesemaking and Dairy Supply - Provides equipment, supplies and accessories for making cheese.
  • Goat Cheese Dairy - Family owned and operated Goat Dairy specializing in Feta, Chevre and Blue goat cheese. Located in the Finger Lakes of New York.
  • Grafton Village Cheese Company - Handcrafted cheddar from Grafton, Vermont. Also sells Vermont maple syrup.
  • Greci's - International sales of wedges or wheels of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese from Italy.
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  • Henri Willig - Gouda, goat, sheep and smoked cheese made at Holland cheese farm. Also sells cheese slicers and graters.
  • Hilmar Cheese Company - Producer of Monterey Jack, Colby, and mild cheddar cheeses utilizing Jersey milk.
  • Ideal Cheese Shop - New York based shop offering a large selection of imported and domestic cheeses. Toll-free telephone ordering, ships in continental USA.
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  • La Ferme d' Acadie - Specializes in contemporary Acadian, hand made cheese in Nova Scotia.
  • Lakes End Cheeses - Farmstead Fontina-style cheeses made with both goat and cow milk. Ships in continental USA.
  • Llangloffan Farmhouse Cheese - Pembrokeshire producers of Welsh farmhouse cheese sold by mail order and retailers world-wide.
  • Mozzarella Company - Selling fresh mozzarella, cows' milk and goats' milk cheeses, low and no-salt cheeses, cookbooks and accessories. Also offers cheese of the month club.
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