Brie is a soft and creamy cheese that is produced by cow’s milk. This cheese was originally made in France in the region of Brie. It has a pale off-white color due to the rind of the mold that is completely edible, and harm free. So, if you are new to this cheese, then you don’t need to worry about getting a stomach ache from the mold if you ate some of it.
Brie is a soft ripened cheese that is often bought in a half or whole sized wheel. It is sometimes served slightly melted or baked in a round, lidded ceramic dish and is often paired with nuts, fruits, or both.
- Milk source: Pasteurized cow’s milk
- Type: Soft
- Texture: Soft and creamy
- Rind: Bloomy rind
- Flavor: Smooth, buttery, and rich
- Baked Brie
- Cheeseboard with Fruits and Crackers
- Garlic Mushroom Brie Toasts