Munster, also known as Munster Géromé is a soft washed rind cheese made from milk produced by cows living in the regions between Alsace, Lorraine and Franche-Comté in France. Traditional Munster is protected by an Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) which requires the. Irish monks settled in what is now called Munster Valley in Alsace to create Munster with the goal to preserve milk and feed their people. Apr 23, I've only been exposed to shrink-wrapped, beige-ish with a reddish outside, square slices of very mildly-flavored Munster cheese. Is there.
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There was a problem with your submission. On special offer today. It is matured in damp cellars for five weeks for the smaller formats roughly g and up to 2 to 3 months for the larger ones why is cheese orange g. We love cheese and my hubby particularly love Camembert, munster cheese. The name Munster is derived from the little town of Munster where Vosgian abbeys and monasteries used to make this cheese since the Middle Ages. Here could be your shop! Views Read Edit View history. Raw Milk, Muenster or Munster, Cheese Fridge, Old English, Mould - Ask the Cheeseman 16 This is not the Munster with which most Americans are familiar. Alsatian Munster is another animal altogether. Munster is virtually the only regional cheese native . Irish monks settled in what is now called Munster Valley in Alsace to create Munster with the goal to preserve milk and feed their people. This cheese does smell its true – but dont let that put you off. Munster is a sweet and savoury. wonderful tasting cheese which as a long spicy taste. The tradition.